Right To Life
The campaign to legalise assisted suicide in the UK is gathering pace. Baroness Meacher’s assisted suicide Bill will have its Second Reading in the House of Lords on 22 October, and the pro-assisted suicide lobby is increasing pressure on Peers to support this dangerous bill.
In 2020, the UK Government imposed an extreme abortion regime on Northern Ireland, which included a provision that legalised abortion right up to birth for disabilties including Down’s syndrome, cleft lip and club foot.
Coinciding with the introduction of ‘DIY’ home abortion, 2020 has seen a significant rise in the number of abortions performed so far in 2020, compared to the already all-time high figures recorded in 2019.
Goed nieuws! Vandaag is in hoger beroep besloten dat de eerdere uitspraak wordt teruggedraaid. De artsen mogen niet aborteren!
A court has ordered that a mother with a learning disability who is 22 weeks pregnant must have an abortion. The woman is understood to be in her 20s and has been diagnosed with a moderately severe learning disability.
On the 7th May, Georgia’s Governor, Brian Kemp, signed a law that grants near total legal protection to unborn children. House Bill 481 restricts abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected except in cases of rape, incest, physical medical emergencies, and pregnancies deemed “medically futile.”
Shortly before her appointment as Minister of State for Defence, Penny Mordaunt MP, in her role as International Development Secretary, announced that the Department for International Development (DfID) would be giving £42 million to promote abortion overseas.
Around the globe, there has been a large backlash against the introduction of a law in New York that has legalised abortion through all 40 weeks of pregnancy - literally up to birth.
UPDATE: 4 Doctors are taking the RCP to court - challenging the poll on the basis that it is “unfair, irrational, and a breach of legitimate expectation". Please support their challenge here: https://www.gofundme.com/rcp-poll-challenge
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) currently holds a position opposing a change in the
You may have heard about the abortion industry’s plans to try force the Government to impose abortion on Northern Ireland from Westminster undermining the people of Northern Ireland who make decisions about their own legal framework on abortion through their democratically elected representatives at Stormont.
Since 42.8% of the Irish electorate (66.4% of the 64.5% who took part) voted to remove the right to life for unborn children by repealing the Eighth Amendment, Northern Ireland is one of the few regions in Europe, and the only region in the UK, where the unborn child is largely protected from abortion.
The Royal College of Nurses (RCN) are now consulting their members about whether or not the organisation should support the ‘decriminalisation’ of abortion.
The RCN are trying to maintain that this consultation is not about the time limit for abortions nor is it about conscientious refusals. To state this is either wholly ignorant of what ‘decriminalisation’ means or is disingenuous.
Earlier this year, the Government in Westminster said that the NHS would be providing free abortions in England at the expense of the British taxpayer for residents
A damning report from the Government’s Care Quality Commission (CQC) has accused one of the UK’s biggest abortion providers, Marie Stopes International, of paying its staff bonuses for encouraging women to go through with a termination.
De Mensenrechtencommissie van de Verenigde Naties beraadslaagt op dit moment over een nieuwe Opzet Algemeen Commentaar over artikel 6 van het Internationaal Verdrag inzake Burgerrechten en Politieke Rechten.
IN BRIEF: The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) are having a vote this Friday to decide whether or not to campaign in favour of removing all legal restrictions on abortion. This would mean making abortion legal up to 7 months in pregnancy, and possibly, depending on how the law is interpreted, making abortion legal up until birth.