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"
By Calvin Freiburger July 23, 2018 — A total of 173 politicians from the United Kingdom and Ireland have signed an open letter calling on the British government to legalize abortion in Northern Ireland. Following the May 25 referendum by which the Irish people voted overwhelmingly to repeal their constitutional amendment protecting preborn babies, pro-abortion …Continue reading "170+ UK & Irish politicians sign letter demanding legal abortion in Northern Ireland"
Whose human rights to they stand up for? By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Yesterday, the Northern Ireland office accidentally sent the briefing notes it had prepared for minister Karen Bradley to the press. It was a slightly embarrassing blunder, but “the notes were mainly innocuous and contained no great surprises” and …Continue reading "Amnesty International uses any excuse to push abortion agenda on Northern Ireland"
He called calls to liberalise abortion “fundamentally wrong” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A Conservative MP has told a SPUC meeting that decriminalising abortion would lead to abortion up to birth, on demand, and for gender-selection. Steve Double, the MP for St. Austell and Newquay, made the remarks at a SPUC …Continue reading "Decriminalising abortion would have “far reaching consequences,” Member of Parliament tells SPUC meeting"
The courts may be better qualified on this topic than parliament, opines one judge. By Andrew Tettenborn Editor’s note. This article was originally reposted with permission at Mercatornet. It is excerpted here. Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The Supreme Court on Friday disclaimed any …Continue reading "The right to family life includes the right to kill the unborn, says UK Supreme Court"
But the judges’ opinions will be used to pressure Northern Ireland to change its pro-life laws By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children As the release of abortion statistics shows discrimination against disabled children continues, a case brought by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission that the Province’s abortion laws are incompatible with …Continue reading "British Supreme Court rejects challenge to Northern Ireland abortion law"
She said decriminalisation would leave unacceptable gaps in the law By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has reiterated the Government’s position that abortion is a matter to be decided by the people of Northern Ireland and their locally-elected politicians. Following the emergency debate on the issue …Continue reading "Secretary of State: Westminster must not impose will on abortion on Northern Ireland"
Government holds its line, but decriminalisation threat remains very serious By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Northern Ireland MPs faced sustained heckling and attempts to shout them down today in Parliament, as they defended the pro-life views of their constituents. The Speaker had to intervene to make sure DUP [Democratic Unionist Party] …Continue reading "Northern Irish MPs heckled in Parliament for defending pro-life views of their constituents"