Members of Parliament in the UK debated and voted this Tuesday on an amendment to a bill that would seek to provide a 150 metre buffer zones around all abortion clinics in the country.
A woman who was cleared of all charges in a Birmingham court just last month has been arrested AGAIN for engaging in silent prayer near an abortion clinic, with officers telling her: “you’ve been engaging in prayer, which is the offense”.
A legal battle ensues for a Catholic priest in Birmingham after he was charged for praying silently for free speech outside an abortion clinic, because it was considered a breach of the censorship zone in the area. A second charge was made against him due to his car having a pro-life bumper sticker.
A woman who was arrested and charged for praying silently outside an abortion clinic, has had the charges against her dropped, but has been told that the charges could be reinstated and prosecuted at a later date. She has committed to seeking a clear verdict on the case.
The UK government has said so-called ‘buffer zones’ around abortion clinics are not compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights but will go ahead anyway
Just last month, we gathered for the national All-Ireland Rally for Life - and the thousands who took part were inspired to bring their recharged joy back to their hometowns.
Minister Stephen Donnelly been accused of proposing to “jail people for silent prayer” by introducing a law targeting pro-life activists that would “be like dragging Ireland back to the time of the penal laws”