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Israel abortion rate continues 32-year decline

Israel abortion rate continues 32-year decline

Israel’s abortion rate has continued a 32-year decline as the number of women seeking an abortion fell from 18.6 per 1,000 in 1988 to 8.4 per 1,000 in 2019 for women between the ages of 15 and 49. According to new data from Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS),...

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What a way to start the new year

Happy New Year! I am really excited to let you know that, thanks to an amazing response from supporters like you, we reached our target of raising £200,000 for our end of year appeal! The next 12 months are going to be absolutely vital if we are to defeat the massive...

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High Court to hear landmark case against discriminatory abortion law

High Court to hear landmark case against discriminatory abortion law

The High Court in London will hear a landmark case against the UK Government over the country’s discriminatory abortion legislation, which singles out babies with disabilities by allowing terminations right through to birth for conditions including Down’s syndrome,...

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Premature baby is now thriving despite being born at 23 weeks

Premature baby is now thriving despite being born at 23 weeks

A premature baby born at just 23 weeks and weighing just 1.5lb (680g) has defied all odds and is now thriving at home with his mother and father. Doctors told Logan Ray’s parents to prepare for the worst when he was born at just 12 inches long - the same length as a...

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Baby girl rescued after being buried alive in field in India

Baby girl rescued after being buried alive in field in India

A newborn baby girl has been rescued by shocked locals after being found buried alive in a field in India. The newborn was buried in a field in Khatima, a town in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, when she was spotted by a labourer. According to reports, the labourer...

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Israel abortion rate continues 32-year decline

Israel abortion rate continues 32-year decline

Israel’s abortion rate has continued a 32-year decline as the number of women seeking an abortion fell from 18.6 per 1,000 in 1988 to 8.4 per 1,000 in 2019 for women between the ages of 15 and 49. According to new data from Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS),...

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Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spain’s Congress of Deputies, the lower house of Spain’s legislative body, has voted in favour of legalising euthanasia by a vote of 198-138. On Thursday 17th December, the Spanish Parliament took the country one step closer to making euthanasia and assisted suicide...

Belgian doctors under investigation for illegal euthanasia

Belgian doctors under investigation for illegal euthanasia

Around ten cases of supposed illegal euthanasia are being investigated in Belgium after allegations were received through an anonymous letter to the public prosecutor. The public prosecutor in Leuven is investigating cases of euthanasia which may not have been carried...

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spain’s Congress of Deputies, the lower house of Spain’s legislative body, has voted in favour of legalising euthanasia by a vote of 198-138. On Thursday 17th December, the Spanish Parliament took the country one step closer to making euthanasia and assisted suicide...

Baby born at 26 weeks spends first Christmas in hospital

Baby born at 26 weeks spends first Christmas in hospital

A baby born at 26 weeks in New Zealand, will be spending his first Christmas in hospital with his parents. Amon Zare Josiah de Dios was born in a hospital in Wellington after his mother experienced pre-eclampsia during her second trimester. Amon was born extremely...

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Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

A Canadian hospice has said that it is being forced to lay off clinical staff and faces eviction because those operating the hospice have refused to participate in euthanasia of their patients. The 10-bed Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner, British Columbia, is run by the...

MP calls out forced abortions on Uyghur women in China

MP calls out forced abortions on Uyghur women in China

An MP has urged the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to call on the Chinese Communist Party to end their population control measures, including forced abortions and sterilisation, of the Uyghur community in China. Conservative MP Fiona Bruce, in a debate...

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Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

A Canadian hospice has said that it is being forced to lay off clinical staff and faces eviction because those operating the hospice have refused to participate in euthanasia of their patients. The 10-bed Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner, British Columbia, is run by the...

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spanish lower house votes to legalise euthanasia

Spain’s Congress of Deputies, the lower house of Spain’s legislative body, has voted in favour of legalising euthanasia by a vote of 198-138. On Thursday 17th December, the Spanish Parliament took the country one step closer to making euthanasia and assisted suicide...

Belgian doctors under investigation for illegal euthanasia

Belgian doctors under investigation for illegal euthanasia

Around ten cases of supposed illegal euthanasia are being investigated in Belgium after allegations were received through an anonymous letter to the public prosecutor. The public prosecutor in Leuven is investigating cases of euthanasia which may not have been carried...

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Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

Canadian hospice faces lay offs and eviction for refusing euthanasia

A Canadian hospice has said that it is being forced to lay off clinical staff and faces eviction because those operating the hospice have refused to participate in euthanasia of their patients. The 10-bed Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner, British Columbia, is run by the...

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Agenda: Are full home abortions legal?

Agenda: Are full home abortions legal?

By Dr Calum McKellar PARTIAL home medical abortions have been available since 2017 in Scotland. These usually take place in the first 10 weeks of gestation whereby a woman is given two sets of pills. The first (mifepristone) is generally taken in a clinic and...

Assisted suicide ‘is the abandonment of care’

Assisted suicide ‘is the abandonment of care’

Recent calls for a parliamentary review of assisted suicide prematurely presume that the winds of political and social change are blowing in favour of legalisation. Through heavy focus on hard cases and hardly any coverage of the life-giving merits of palliative...