Amnesty’s Travesty of Unborn Humanity (1 of 5)

[toggles] [toggle title=”About the blogger – click to expand” opened=”false”] Peter D Williams is the excecutive officer of Right to Life (RTL) and provides intellectual and communications support for the right to life campaign. He is responsible for media and political relations, reports and submissions, and is available for debates, TV/Radio appearances, and university/school talks… Read more »

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World Prematurity Day and Abortion

The international day of awareness coincides with yesterday’s news that Sarah Brown, wife of former Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has launched a new £1.5 million study aimed at improving care for premature babies. The Brown’s first child, Jennifer Jane, lived for just 10 days, after having been born prematurely in 2002. An estimated 15 million babies… Read more »

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Parliament is being duped into accepting GM babies

In the first place, it is saying that what the proposed technology will involve, namely, the replacing of mitochondrial genes of an initial human cell with the genes of another human cell will not be genetic modification (GM) at all. It will be ‘mitochondrial donation’ – so we need not be worried! This clever euphemism… Read more »

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Submission to UK national screening committee consultation on screening for cfDNA in pregnancy

We are opposed to the proposal to add cfDNA analysis as a contingent test for those unborn babies in whom screening has shown a 1:150 risk of Trisomys. We note that NIPT testing from a previous study showed that it is extremely reliable in detecting Trisomy 21, more commonly known as Down Syndrome. Adding cfDNA… Read more »

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Scotland’s Politicians Must Change Abortion Law

As had been expected for some months, David Mundell, the government’s Scotland Secretary, announced in late October that the devolution, the passing of power from Westminster to Holyrood, of abortion law would be included in the Scotland Bill. Scotland’s politicians now have a responsibility to ensure that abortion law in Scotland is just and is supported by the Scottish people…. Read more »

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