The March for Life UK took place in London at the weekend, attended by an estimated 7,000 people. It’s the largest number to ever attend the March to Parliament Square, and the turnout is proof that Britain’s pro-life movement has found its voice.
“It is jarring to see the inclusion of a photo of a set of baby mannequins, paid for by an Ambulance Trust in the UK, designed to help staff when confronted with the horrendous situation of tiny babies being born alive after a failed abortion
An investigation has revealed that ambulance dispatches and 999 calls dealing with concerns about abortion pills have soared by 64% since NHS abortion pills by post were legalised in Britain in 2019 – a measure which was made permanent this week.
The Life Institute has called for a review of how a diagnosis of a disability for an unborn child is shared with parents, after shocking new figures show that the number of abortions for babies with Down Syndrome has tripled for women travelling from Ireland since 2018.
A government minister has confirmed that a temporary provision permitting at-home ‘DIY’ abortions during the Covid-19 pandemic will come to an end in England on the 30th of August. The decision has been described as a victory for the welfare of women by advocacy groups.
An attempt to hijack the UK Government’s flagship Health and Care Bill with an extreme abortion proposal has failed, in a significant pro-life victory, with Diana Johnson MP’s amendment (NC50) not going to a vote.
"This law makes me feel I am better off dead, I know I’m not, but that’s how it makes me feel," Heidi Crowter told a large group of people with Down’s syndrome and their families outside British High Court yesterday.
In a major pro-life victory, an attempt to introduced two extreme abortion amendments in England and Wales has failed, after the two MPs that introduced them decided not to take their amendment to a vote when they realised that they would most likely be defeated.