Amnesty’s Travesty of the Savita Tragedy (4 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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Amnesty’s International Travesty of Maternal Health (3 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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Amnesty’s Travesty of the Human Right to Life (2 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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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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