We should be reducing the abortion time limit, not extending it

Feb 28, 2016 by

By Pippa Jones, The Conservative Woman: UK abortion provider BPAS has launched a campaign to legalise abortion-on-demand, up-to-birth, for any reason. Parliament is considering debating the issue. For more information on this see here. [….] Speak to any mother of a premature baby born after 22 weeks – they will tell you that it isn’t an unfeeling foetus that they’ve given birth to; it is a unique, sensitive and responsive baby, already a ‘person’. Which is why the upper time limit of our...

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Rally against assisted suicide

Aug 29, 2015 by

On Friday 11 September, MPs will debate Rob Marris’s Assisted Dying (No. 2) Bill, which would permit assisted suicide for those deemed to have fewer than six months to live. We’ve been overwhelmed by the response to our calls for MPs to be lobbied by worried constituents. Now, we ask you to vote with your feet by joining us for a rally outside Parliament. What? A rally to oppose the Assisted Dying Bill. Where? Old Palace Yard, Westminster, opposite the House of Lords where debate...

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Free to believe

Apr 29, 2015 by

From Family Research Council (NB:  This is not just for US citizens.) One of the biggest threats America faces today is one that undermines the very fabric of our society. More than ever before in the history of our nation, the freedom to believe — and to live according to those beliefs — is under assault. Faithful Americans across the country are incurring the cost of what it means to stand on principle for their beliefs. Some have endured government punishment and others have...

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House of Commons to Vote on Banning Therapy to Help Those with Unwanted Same-Sex Attraction

Nov 19, 2013 by

By Sharon Slater, Family Watch International The House of Commons will vote this Friday, November 22nd on a bill that would deny therapy for individuals with unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA) who seek this help. This will be the second reading for the bill, “Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) Bill 2013-14,” and we are strongly urging you to contact your MP and ask him or her to vote against it. There are many reasons to reject this bill, including the fact that it...

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Petition: Eliminate free internet pornography sites

Jun 27, 2013 by

Responsible department: Department for Culture, Media and Sport Hardcore on-line pornography is freely available to people using the internet in the UK on an increasing variety of internet devices. Many people, both young and old can become entrapped by this. This can lead to addiction. Often in newsworthy cases involving abuse or murder of children, there is an association between the perpetrator of such crimes and an addiction to extreme pornography – presumably from a gradual descent...

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Write to the French Embassy in London to demand the release of Nicolas

Jun 23, 2013 by

by John Smeaton, SPUC French pro-life/pro-family colleagues have contacted SPUC and asked us to highlight the fate of Nicolas Bernard-Buss (pictured), a young protester against same-sex marriage, who has been sentenced to two months in prison for the alleged crime of "rebellion" and other questionable offences. His case seems to be one of the worst of a large number of similar cases of police persecution directed against the hundreds of thousands of French people who have protested...

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