What every parent should know about these sinister sex lessons

Jan 20, 2020 by

by Will Jones, The Conservative Woman: WITH the Government’s new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) regulations now in force in England and Wales, making Relationships Education (recommended by government to include teaching on LGBT) compulsory in all primary and secondary schools from September, many schools have wasted no time in introducing the lessons ahead of schedule, to the consternation of parents.  The statutory guidance leaves schools free, within the regulations, to adopt their...

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Long Bailey, abortion and the hopelessly out-of-touch Telegraph

Jan 20, 2020 by

by Kathy Gyngell, TCW: THERE’S nothing that wasn’t entirely predictable about the outrage train that followed Rebecca Long Bailey’s timidly expressed responses to the question of abortion on the grounds of disability once they’d been dug up and aired (and from which as a result she appears to have rowed back). That’s except for the Daily Telegraph’s headline ‘Rebecca Long-Bailey’s toxic views on abortion matter for all women’.  Yes, you expect fanatical feminists like Sophie Walker of the...

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Five UK Abortion Clinics Shut As “2020 Commences With Pro-Life Victories” Says SPUC

Jan 19, 2020 by

from SPUC: Five Marie Stopes abortion clinics across Birmingham and the Black Country have closed down over the past month. Margaret Akers, SPUC Campaign Research Officer said: “2020 has kicked off with some fantastic pro-life victories for the pro-life movement. Marie Stopes abortion clinics have been harming women and killing countless children for decades. It is a great relief to see their clinics close their doors.” The clinics which have been closed include the United Kingdom’s oldest...

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Greatest threat to liberalism is conformity

Jan 19, 2020 by

by Tim Farron, Daily Express: Last week in the House of Commons, MP Crispin Blunt called for Parliament to get rid of a rule requiring MPs to be present at Parliamentary prayers if they want to bag a seat for the day on the green benches. Prayers, led by the Speaker’s chaplain, mark the start of every parliamentary day. They are good prayers. They are always fairly well attended too, but in reality this isn’t so much the gathering of the pious as the Parliamentary equivalent of the Germans...

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Historic first trial of euthanasia doctors begins in Belgium

Jan 19, 2020 by

by Michael Cook, Bio Edge: Next Tuesday commences an historic trial in Belgium – the first time that doctors have faced criminal charges over euthanasia since it was legalised in 2002. Three of them have been charged with illegal poisoning. If convicted, they face stiff prison sentences. The deceased was a 38-year-old woman, Tine Nys, who died in 2010. Three doctors are in the dock: the doctor who administered the lethal injection, Nys’s former general practitioner and a psychiatrist. None of...

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A Christian victory in the fight against transgender dogma

Jan 19, 2020 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack: IT CAN seem as though the progressive steamroller is unstoppable. Whenever they take on traditional Scripture-based morality, the mainstream churches and the political establishment regularly collapse like leaky balloons. However, it is possible to fight back and begin to win, especially when Christians organise and work together. Last year Justice Francesca Marzari of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Canada, declared a father guilty of ‘family violence’...

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