New screening technique will increase abortion for disability

Todays NSC approval is deeply concerning as it will make it even easier to search out babies with fetal abnormalities and lead to an increase in the number of abortions for babies with Down’s Syndrome. Our Director of Education Anne Scanlan, said: “We must remember that when we say screening, we are screening for something:… Read more »

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2016: A Year without Abortion

In 2014 there were 751,958 live births in the United Kingdom. There were also 201,567 abortions. This means that more than one fifth of all pregnancies resulted in an abortion. We do not know what the figures for 2015 will tell us, but we can assume that they will be similar. Imagine a 2016 without… Read more »

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Amnesty in the Americas: An abortion agenda which will not work

  Amnesty International recently published a report entitled “Americas: Defenders under Attack! Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Rights in the Americas”. However, the report’s title would reflect the content more accurately if it read “Americas: Propagandists under Attack! Force-feeding a Western agenda in the Americas”. The report itself reads as a cleverly constructed propaganda piece and… Read more »

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European Parliament condemns all forms of surrogacy

Surrogacy undermines the human rights and human dignity of the birth mother and child and therefore can never be ethically justified. Today, the European Parliament adopted the ‘Annual Report on Human Rights and Democracy in the World 2014’. Paragraph 114 stated that the European Parliament “condemns the practice of surrogacy, which undermines the human dignity… Read more »

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