Tag Archives: Great Britain

Recent cuts in proven cancer drugs will steer people toward assisted suicide if Marris Bill passes

MP Rob Marris

By Dr. Peter Saunders Editor’s note. Dr. Saunders is a former general surgeon and CEO of Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organization with 4,500 UK doctors and 1,000 medical students as members. The news broke last week that more than

Member of British Parliament says where abortion has gone “almost defies comprehension”

Member of Parliment John Hayes

  “It is unimaginable that the current abortion law would have passed through Parliament in 1967 if MPs had known then where it would lead” Editor’s note. NRL News Today has written many stories about abortion in Great Britain, particularly

Bill to be introduced in Parliament to end “uncertainty” over legality of sex-selective abortions

Member of Parliament Fiona Bruce co-ordinated a 12-member bipartisan committee that aimed to discover the impact of abortion on the disabled and whether this constitutes discrimination.

  By Dave Andrusko I try to keep up with the politics of abortion in Great Britain but I would never claim to understand the nuts and bolts of how a parliamentary system handles a contentious issue most politicians wish

Great Britain and Ireland: Data refute myths about abortion law and women’s health

By Paul Stark A new paper published in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons contrasts maternal and neonatal health in Great Britain, which has legal elective abortion, with Ireland, which prohibits abortion. The data from these countries refute three

A deeply entrenched culture of death

Lord David Alton

By Dave Andrusko Writing at National Review Online, Charles C.W. Cooke reviews the sad state of affairs in England and Wales. He reminds the reader that abortion was legalized in 1967 using the same over-the-top, no connection to reality arguments.

Abortion Establishment Fights Back in Great Britain

Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley

By Dave Andrusko The abortion industry is continuing an orchestrated attack on Andrew Lansley, the British health secretary, who ordered unannounced inspections of more than 300 abortion clinics in England last month. Abortionists do not have to see a woman

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