Recently there has been a lot of debate about controversial historical figures and their racist views. One name which has escaped that debate is Marie Stopes who held both racist and eugenicist views. Unfortunately Marie Stopes’ legacy lives on in the views of some who feel that some people should not be here.
The Home Office’s Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill seeks to protect women. However, the abortion industry plans to hijack this bill by including a section which will bring in abortion up to birth. This means abortion up to birth for any reason, including because the baby is a girl or even an abortion the day before the baby is born.
In recent months, we have seen the prolife voice being stifled on multiple fronts, whether at universities, in the media or, most recently, outside abortion centres.