By Life Institute A Private Members Bill from Gino Kenny, a member of the Dáil (the lower house of the Irish Parliament), seeking to legalise Assisted Suicide, is set to be heard Thursday. The Bill proposes to make it legal for a medical practitioner to “enable” a person to end his or her own life. As …Continue reading "URGENT: Members of the Irish Parliament to vote on Assisted Suicide on THURSDAY"
By Right to Life UK Ireland’s Health Service Executive (HSE) spent €2.9 million [$3,836,990] providing medical abortions through General Practitioners (GPs] in 2019, it has been revealed. The figure, which was provided to Carol Nolan TD in response to a parliamentary question, only represents abortions that took place in the first nine weeks of pregnancy or …Continue reading "Ireland’s Government spent almost $4 million on medical abortion in 2019"
By Secular Pro-Life In May of 2018, Ireland tragically repealed the Eighth Amendment from its constitution, which had protected the right to life for children in the womb. The Irish abortion industry began operating in January of last year. About a month ago, the first official statistics showing the impact of repeal were released. Not …Continue reading "In Depth: Abortion in Ireland After Repeal of the Right to Life"
By Máirín de Barra Editor’s note. During a governmental crisis in Northern Ireland, the British Parliament passed The Abortion (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2020, It “allows abortion on demand up to 12 weeks of pregnancy; abortions up to 24 weeks for the mother’s physical or mental health; and abortion without time limit in cases of severe …Continue reading "Northern Ireland Assembly votes against abortion regulations, opposes disability abortion until birth"
By Dave Andrusko By a vote of 46-40, the Northern Ireland Assembly voted Tuesday “in favor of a motion rejecting the ‘imposition’ of abortion legislation by the Westminster parliament,” The Catholic News Agency [CNA] reported. “The Abortion Regulations 2020, imposed by the British Parliament during a governmental crisis in Northern Ireland, permits the unrestricted killing of …Continue reading "Northern Ireland Assembly rejects radical abortion law imposed on the country which includes abortion until birth for babies with disabilities"
By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Editor’s note. During a governmental crisis in Northern Ireland, the British Parliament passed The Abortion (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2020, It “allows abortion on demand up to 12 weeks of pregnancy; abortions up to 24 weeks for the mother’s physical or mental health; and abortion without time limit …Continue reading "SPUC to launch 2022 election campaign after Northern Ireland assembly abortion debate"
‘The Government stands ready to provide whatever support we can to the Department of Health in Northern Ireland to commission full abortion services,’ Northern Ireland’s secretary of state declared. By SPUC—The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has declared that more power will be exerted onto Northern …Continue reading "Northern Ireland govt plans to exert more power to enforce extreme new abortion law"
By Dave Andrusko Talk about vindication! Pro-lifers in Northern Ireland blasted the proposed abortion “regulations” on any number of grounds, besides the two obvious facts that Northern Ireland is a very pro-life nation and that the abortion “regulations” are far more wide-open than the official line would have the public believe. They bashed the lack …Continue reading "Northern Ireland’s chief legal advisor says Britain’s Sec. of State for Northern Ireland “exceeded his powers” in introducing abortion regulations"
Editor’s note. This is a brief excerpt from a post that appeared at Family & Life and is reposted with permission. It was good to see the pro-abortion flag bearers of Fine Gael [an Irish political party] punished by the voters. The odious Minister for Health, Simon Harris survived in Wicklow but had to wait …Continue reading "General Election results: Ireland 2020"
By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Irish members of the lower house of the Irish Parliament(TDs), many of whom were responsible for the implementation of abortion in Ireland through the repeal of the eighth amendment, have lost their seats in the 2020 general election. Michael Robinson, SPUC Director of Communications, said: “It …Continue reading "Pro-abortion politicians lose their seats in 2020 Irish general election"
By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children UK health-bodies have recommended that unborn children in Northern Ireland could be killed for any reason until 24 weeks without restriction. Responding to the ongoing framework for abortion in Northern Ireland, UK health bodies have agreed that unborn children could be killed by abortion without restriction …Continue reading "“We will not rest; we will not compromise” says SPUC, as officials call for abortion free-for-all in Northern Ireland until 24 weeks"
By Paul Smeaton, LifeSiteNews BELFAST, Northern Ireland, December 2, 2019 – Thousands gathered outside the parliament buildings in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Saturday in protest against the region’s new abortion laws, which came into force in October. Since 1967, Northern Ireland has been the only part of the United Kingdom (UK) where abortion has remained …Continue reading "Thousands protest radical new abortion laws in Northern Ireland"