Book now for SPUC's national conference, 5-7 September
1 August 2014
Our national conference brings all our supporters together for a great pro-life weekend
SPUC's national conference takes place once again at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire, from 5-7 September.
This will be a fantastic opportunity to hear international speakers on a range of pro-life topics, and get up to date with all SPUC’s campaigns. It is a must for all SPUC branches.
We are delighted that our speakers this year will include Bishop Philip Egan, Roman Catholic bishop of Portsmouth.
To book, download the booking form and return it to SPUC with the conference fee. If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Katherine Hampton, the conference organiser, by email to email@example.com or by telephone on 020 7820 3137.
- Immoral not to abort unborn children with Down's Syndrome, says Richard Dawkins
- The bleak new reality in care homes for the elderly [LifeSiteNews.com, 21 August]
Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, commented: "This is utilitarian tick-box medicine, in which hospital managers put a selfish desire to evade challenging work above the right to life and their duty of care to their patients. In a society in which human life is regarded as disposable, it is inevitable that bureaucracies will put pressure on ordinary people to agree to terminate lives deemed wasteful. The Mental Capacity Act and the Liverpool Care Pathway have worked to entrench this mentality in the National Health Service."
- Once I would have agreed with Dawkins. Then my daughter was born with Down's Syndrome [Independent, 21 August]
- Mother says she has 'no regrets' at choosing not to abort her disabled son [Mail, 21 August]
- France scraps 'distress' requirement for abortion: now has abortion on demand [LifeSiteNews.com, 20 August]
- New Zealand abortion group targets pro-life doctors, nurses with new website [LifeSiteNews.com, 19 August]
- Couple who abandoned surrogate baby with Down's: we wanted refund, abortion [LifeSiteNews.com, 11 August]
- In Korea, Pope Francis to visit cemetery for aborted babies [CNA, 10 August]
- The fraught world of UK surrogacy [BBC, 21 August]
- The 500 sperm donors who have 6,200 children between them [Telegraph, 20 August]
- Will my disabled daughter have a place in this genetic wonderland? [Guardian, 7 August]
- UK citizens are second largest contributors to suicide tourism in Switzerland [IBT via Yahoo, 22 August]
- Head of the Church of England speaks out against assisted suicide [NRLC, 8 August]
- Mother has four babies in 9 months after triplets were conceived weeks after son's birth [Mail, 11 August]