US pro-life group Operation Rescue alleges that Google is downgrading a page on their website.
Until mid-May, their most visited page appeared in the top five when searching ‘abortions in US’. But then the search result was suddenly demoted to 25th.
Cheryl Sullenger, senior vice-president, claims that Google has been “burying our most popular page”.
By Andrew Halloway
Prayer leader David Borlase is lamenting the Church’s apathy in the fight against abortion, as the 50th anniversary of the legalisation of abortion looms.
The Director of the Intercessors for Britain prayer alliance told HEART: “The 50th anniversary of the passing of the Abortion Act in October this year stands as one of the biggest stains on our nation’s history. Why is it that governments have been and are considering extending abortion rather than restricting it? Because the nation’s moral conscience – the Church – has been silent on the issue!
‘I’m incredibly grateful’: a huge legal bill is no longer hanging over 23 year-old Aisling Hubert
Your donations have helped Aisling meet unjust costs
DONATIONS HAVE FLOODED IN TO COVER THE HUGE LEGAL COSTS AWARDED AGAINST PRO-LIFE CAMPAIGNER AISLING HUBERT.
According to Christian charity CARE, Northern Ireland’s election result has opened the door for abortion and gay marriage in the future.
Sinn Fein had its best ever return on 2 March – winning just one seat less than the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Same-sex marriage and abortion are still illegal in N Ireland, but Sinn Fein is campaigning for both.
The much publicised new Bill to decriminalise abortion would mean abortion could be performed on any grounds at all up to 24 weeks. This warning was issued by Dr Peter Saunders, Chief Executive of the Christian Medical Fellowship.
While Labour MP Diana Johnson won MPs’ support in her Bill to place the regulation of abortions in the hands of professional bodies in a first vote on 13 March, Tory MP Maria Caulfield warned that the Reproductive Health (Access to Terminations) Bill would result in a return to “back street abortions”.
Uber driver Bryan Kemper converts people to pro-life views while travelling in his car
Credit: Kjetil Ree/Wikimedia
Uber has had some unfavourable publicity recently, but one Uber driver has found that his customers are a captive audience for his anti-abortion discussions.
THE COURAGEOUS YOUNG CHRISTIAN WOMAN WHO TRIED TO BRING TWO ‘GENDER ABORTION’ DOCTORS TO JUSTICE WILL STILL BE FORCED TO PAY HUGE COSTS.
Aisling Hubert, 23, said she was ‘shocked and dismayed’ on hearing that she must find the total amount, which cannot be disclosed, to meet the settlement reached in court. This includes the abortion doctors’ own legal costs – despite there being enough evidence to convict both GPs of offering terminations for unborn baby girls.
Alabama’s Supreme Court judge ruled that life begins at conception
An Alabama Supreme Court ruling has important implications for the pro-life movement, because it has accepted that the death of an unborn baby may have been a homicide. A killing can only be classed as a homicide if the victim is a person – not just a ‘foetus’.
Douglas, capital of the Isle of Man, where campaigners are seeking to change the abortion law
Campaigners in the Isle of Man are seeking to restrict the island’s abortion laws.
Humanity and Equality in Abortion Reform (HEAR) wants the law to be changed so that there is better support for pregnant women, no eugenic abortion and stronger protection for medical staff who conscientiously object to providing abortion.