Editor’s note. This appeared at spuc.org.uk and is reprinted with permission. £22,000 is a little over $33,000. The law over sex-selective abortion in the UK is in fresh confusion this week after the High Court of London refused to allow a judicial review into the impartiality of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). The High Court’s …Continue reading "22-year-old pro-life campaigner facing £22,000 legal bill after unsuccessful bid to stop ‘Gendercide’ sex-selective abortions"
By Dave Andrusko That the decision was not unexpected doesn’t make the sting any the less painful. Just two days ago, the High Court in London refused permission for pro-lifer Aisling Hubert to seek a judicial review of the Crown Prosecution Service’s decision not to press charges against two abortionists caught on video agreeing to …Continue reading "High Court in London rejects pro-lifer’s request to review decision not to prosecute sex-selective abortion"
By Dave Andrusko The issue of sex-selection abortion, which became the center of a mounting controversy following an undercover investigation by The Telegraph, is gathering momentum both in the courts and in the House of Commons. In December NRL News Today reported that abortionist Prabha Sivaraman had appeared in Manchester Magistrates Court. Sivaraman was …Continue reading "Go-ahead given to proceed with trial against second abortionist charged with agreeing to sex-selection abortion"