Pro-life peer Lord David Alton protested on the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act with supporters, outside Parliament
Abortion ‘greatest shame of our nation’
Pro-life champion Lord Alton of Liverpool marked the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act with a blistering speech outside Parliament on 27 October.
The Christian peer, who has campaigned against abortion over many years, called the 8,894,355 abortions carried out since 1967 “a monstrous figure”.
Hundreds listened to Lord Alton, who deplored the “wilful killing of the smallest and most helpless member of the human family in the very place they should be safest – their mother’s womb”.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee is pushing for greater acceptance of abortion – ironically in the name of the right to life!
The Committee drafted its official interpretation of the right to life in Geneva on 1 and 2 …
Regan King of Christian Concern addressed the politics of abortion
Day of prayer marking the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Abortion Act, led by Intercessors for Britain, 21 October, Regent’s Hall, London
The day began with Dave Borlase, Director of Intercessors for Britain (IFB), setting out the biblical case for being strongly opposed to abortion and the need to speak out against it.
The pro-life education project, Abort67, sparked controversy again when they announced plans to show disturbing abortion victim photographs outside an abortion provider’s premises in Eastbourne.
Of the 200,000 abortions carried out in the UK each year, 489 were performed in …
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”.
While many of President Trump’s controversial decisions and tweets dominate the media, TV news programmes and the national press have so far been fairly silent on Trump’s pro-life successes. However, it is being claimed that Trump’s policies have saved more babies in the womb any other president.
US pro-life leader Cheryl Sullenger says: “Even Reagan did nothing substantial to move the ball down the field. Trump’s been great. The only reason he hasn’t done better is that he’s met with resistance in Congress… There’s been no other president who has done more to protect babies from the death industry.”
Pro-life supporters across the world were praying for Charlie Gard, the terminally ill baby who hit the headlines this summer.
The decision to switch off Charlie’s life support was delayed when international experts were given permission to examine the sick baby. The President and Vice President of the USA both expressed their support for the little boy, and the Pope said he had prayed for him and offered a place at the Vatican’s hospital.
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’.