MP shows scan of unborn daughter in Parliament

The first time a scan has been shown in Parliament? BY SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children An MP held up a scan of his unborn baby in the Commons chamber to make a point about parental leave offered to members of parliament. A baby first The Scottish National Party’s (SNP) David Linden wanted …

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Pro-life MPs battle abortion until birth measure in Parliament

We “will not be silenced as we seek to be a voice for the voiceless” Editor’s note. This comes from our friends at SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. Marie Stopes is the nation’s second largest abortion provider. Yesterday, Diana Johnson, the Labour MP for Kingston upon Hull North, brought forward her Reproductive …

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European Parliament Condemns Forced Abortion and Gendercide in China

In a resolution passed today, the European Parliament highlighted the debate swirling around China’s one-child policy. Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a release from All Girls Allowed. BOSTON—All Girls Allowed welcomes the news that the European Parliament has openly condemned forced abortion and gendercide in China. “The European Parliament…condemns the practice of forced abortions …

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The Guardian Newspaper and Censorship

Editor’s note. The following was posted prior to the debate in Parliament on a proposal to ease abortion providers out of the business of “counseling” the very same women whose abortions they would profit from. The amendment by MP Nadine Dorries failed (referred to in the post as Dorries/Field). But the issues raised by Peter …

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