Woman bled to death after Ealing Marie Stopes sent her home “vomiting and swaying”

Apr 21, 2018 by

from SPUC: “How ironic that Aisha died at the hands of the first abortion centre where pro-lifers are no longer allowed to offer life-saving help.” A woman who died following a late-stage abortion procedure was discharged from the clinic despite vomiting and swaying so much she looked...

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Is It Time for UN Feminists to Pack it in?

Apr 20, 2018 by

by Austin Ruse, C-Fam: It was a rather poignant moment; a feminist lamenting their lack of progress on abortion at the recently completed Commission on the Status of Women. She said, “As a caucus we have been dissatisfied. If we are not going to move forward, this is a waste of our time as...

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Should pro-life campaigners really be banned from protesting outside abortion clinics?

Apr 20, 2018 by

by Anne Atkins, Mailonline: Pale pink blossom drifts in the air as relaxed young mothers push children and prams to the park along a spacious, tree-lined avenue. You would barely notice the tarnished plaque on a Victorian mansion, bearing the name of Marie Stopes, unless you were looking for it....

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Welsh Health Minister promotes home abortions

Apr 19, 2018 by

from SPUC: Health Secretary Vaughan Gething has said that the abortion pill should be authorised for home use. Speaking in the Welsh Assembly on Tuesday, Mr Gething told members: “I have instructed officials to start work immediately on how we can amend the legal framework to allow for the...

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Loss of right to conscience costing NHS new midwives it needs

Apr 18, 2018 by

From The Catholic Times: Pro-life groups have claimed that the recent drop in applications to midwifery courses could be rectified by enshrining conscientious objection. Recent figures show that there has been a 35 per cent drop in the number of applicants to midwifery courses since 2013. The...

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We’re teachers, not abortion-mongers

Apr 18, 2018 by

by Maria Horan, TCW: Though I couldn’t attend the teachers’ National Education Union conference this Easter, I have just read about the motion that was passed, ‘that pupils should be given information about abortion in the classroom’. It was led by Jennifer Marchant, from the union’s Derby and...

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