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from conception to natural death


UK court involved in euthanasia decisions should be open to public scrutiny, says court's judge

7 November 2011

The head of an English which makes decisions on the treatment of the mentally-incapacitated has said that his court should be opened up to public scrutiny. Sir Nicholas Wall, head of the Court of Protection, said he is "increasingly encouraging judges who deal with life and death cases and those that involve the public interest – that is, deprivation of liberty safeguards or life support machine cases – either to sit in open court or to publish their judgments anonymously. The public deserve to know about how they are decided." [Guardian, 6 November]

I was wrong to have baby at 57, admits IVF mum

A UK woman who gave birth at 57 following IVF has said it was a mistake to have children so late. Susan Tollefsen admits to struggling to raise her child now she is over 60. She said: "With the benefit of hindsight, I recognise that perhaps some of my critics were right." [Irish Independent, 7 November]

Other stories:

May peaceful pro-life witness outside abortion clinics spread like wildfire throughout our land [John Smeaton, 5 November]

New Ohio law adds abortion restrictions for minors [AlertNet, 5 November]

Abortionist pleads guilty to murder after killing dozens of newborns [, 4 November]

Sidewalk counseling effectively criminalized in Austria [, 4 November]

Read the record of Ireland's president-elect on life and family [John Smeaton, 5 November]

Rotherham branch of SPUC is excellent says young blogger [The Young Catholic, 4 November]

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