“It is a testimony to the pro-life tradition of the Province that so many have taken to the streets.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children The pro-life people of Northern Ireland assembled in great numbers over the weekend to protest the imposition of abortion on the Province. Tens of thousands gathered at …Continue reading "Pro-Life Northern Ireland has its Say in massive rallies"
A shameful amendment which would see abortion imposed upon Northern Ireland has passed through the House of Commons. MPs voted by 332 votes to 99 to pass the amendment. By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children What happened? Tuesday night, the House of Commons voted overwhelmingly in favour of a clause inserted into …Continue reading "Dark day as Commons votes to impose abortion on NI and threaten decriminalisation in England and Wales"
By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared here. With Northern Ireland’s local elections approaching on Thursday May 2, SPUC is encouraging all voters to be aware of their candidate’s position on abortion, and vote pro-life. With Northern Ireland’s pro-life culture currently under attack …Continue reading "Society for the Protection of Unborn Children is encouraging Northern Ireland to vote pro-life"
The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) is outraged by the document issued Thursday by the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee, accusing Members of trying to “bully” Northern Ireland into accepting abortion. The report demands the radical liberalization of abortion laws in Northern Ireland. SPUC has branded the report “a sham …Continue reading "Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Denounces MPs for trying to ‘Bully’ Northern Ireland into accepting Abortion"
By the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues Last week The Women and Equalities Committee of the UK Parliament held its final session examining Northern Ireland’s abortion law. Currently there is no functioning government in Northern Ireland due to lack of a power sharing agreement between the two major political parties; a UK appointed Secretary of …Continue reading "UK: Committee Questions Abortion Law in N. Ireland"
Editor’s note. This comes from the Irish pro-life organization, Family and Life. It is based on stories from the Times of London. Sinn Féin is a political party. The Irish government is trying to find a way to offer free abortions to women from Northern Ireland. Sources close to Simon Harris said the health minister …Continue reading "Irish Health Minister Harris Wants Free Abortions for Northern Ireland Women"
The Bill will be debated on October 23 This dangerous bill must not pass By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Diana Johnson, the Labour MP for Hull North, has released the text of her upcoming abortion decriminalisation ten minute rule bill. Showing just how much the abortion industry is behind this parliamentary move, …Continue reading "Diana Johnson releases text of bill to decriminalize abortion in Northern Ireland"
Buying abortion pills online is illegal throughout the UK By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In the next stage of the assault on Northern Ireland’s pro-life laws, a woman who illegally purchased abortion pills online is challenging the decision to prosecute her in court. The woman, who cannot be named, is accused …Continue reading "Northern Ireland woman who illegally bought abortion pills online for 15 year old daughter challenges prosecution"
Allow abortion pills to taken at home by women who flew over to England? By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children After the blow to pro-abortion MP Stella Creasy–that the government of Northern Ireland won’t introduce buffer zones to outlaw pro-life witnesses at abortion clinics — she has immediately turned her fire on the …Continue reading "Member of Parliament Stella Creasy continues attack on pro-life Northern Ireland"
By K.V. Turley September 13, 2018— British Labour Member of Parliament Stella Creasy continued to call for changes to the law that bans abortion in Northern Ireland at a conference in Dublin while attacking the First Minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster’s continuing pro-life stance. On Monday, Creasy took part in a panel discussion on …Continue reading "British MP keeps up her attack on pro-life Northern Ireland"
By Philippa Taylor, Head of Public Policy, Christian Medical Fellowship [CMF] At their annual meeting in June the BMA [British Medical Association] planned an emergency debate to consider the extension of the Abortion Act of 1967 to Northern Ireland. As it happened, the debate did not take place due to lack of time, however it reflects …Continue reading "Northern Ireland is well and truly in the sights of pro-abortion campaigners – and the abortion industry"
By K.V. Turley Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at LIFESITENEWS. LONDON, July 24, 2018– A letter calling on the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the Irish Taoiseach [Prime Minister] to discuss Northern Ireland abortion law at a government conference next week has been slammed as constitutionally inappropriate. A group of …Continue reading "Pro-abortion MPs try to outmaneuver Northern Ireland Assembly"