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Welsh Government launches consultation on whether to end dangerous ‘DIY’ home abortion services

The Welsh Government has launched a consultation on whether the temporary measures allowing ‘DIY’ home abortions in Wales will be ended following their current temporary approval. The Welsh Government is consulting on whether the measures should “become permanent” or “be time limited for two years and end two years after the Coronavirus Act came into force [...]  or end on… read full article
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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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Abortions in France hit record high

Abortions in France hit record high

The number of abortion procedures carried out in France during 2019 were the highest on recording, according to new statistics. A report released by the French Directorate of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics (Drees), 232,244 abortions occurred in 2019, up...

Thousands attend pro-life demonstration in Germany

Thousands attend pro-life demonstration in Germany

Thousands of people from across Germany participated in the annual Berlin March for Life on Saturday, with many more following the events live stream. Despite the coronavirus, over 3,000 people were permitted to gather in Berlin to call on the country’s politicians to...

Extreme abortion law plans put on hold in Malawi

Extreme abortion law plans put on hold in Malawi

Plans to introduce an extreme abortion Bill in Malawi, which would have allowed abortion right up to birth, have been put on hold. The move follows strong opposition from MPs, the general population and cross-community groups. Chairperson of the Parliamentary...

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Thousands join rallies across Argentina against new abortion bill

Thousands join rallies across Argentina against new abortion bill

Thousands have joined in pro-life demonstrations, which according to organisers took place in across more than 500 cities in Argentina in opposition to a bill that would legalise abortion on demand. Argentines demonstrated for the protection of the unborn and support...

Elderly woman opts for euthanasia to avoid another lockdown

Elderly woman opts for euthanasia to avoid another lockdown

An elderly woman in Canada has been euthanised to avoid having to live through another COVID-19 lockdown. 90-year-old Nancy Russell ended her life by euthanasia last month in Toronto, Canada so that she did not have to endure another lockdown, despite the fact that...

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Elderly woman opts for euthanasia to avoid another lockdown

Elderly woman opts for euthanasia to avoid another lockdown

An elderly woman in Canada has been euthanised to avoid having to live through another COVID-19 lockdown. 90-year-old Nancy Russell ended her life by euthanasia last month in Toronto, Canada so that she did not have to endure another lockdown, despite the fact that...

NZ PM Jacinda Ardern caricatured in sketch on new euthanasia law

NZ PM Jacinda Ardern caricatured in sketch on new euthanasia law

UK political satire series Spitting Image has featured a critical take on New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s support for the country’s new euthanasia law. Episode seven of the series, which has returned after a 24-year hiatus, included a sketch of Jacinda...

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Elderly woman opts for euthanasia to avoid another lockdown

Elderly woman opts for euthanasia to avoid another lockdown

An elderly woman in Canada has been euthanised to avoid having to live through another COVID-19 lockdown. 90-year-old Nancy Russell ended her life by euthanasia last month in Toronto, Canada so that she did not have to endure another lockdown, despite the fact that...

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The Last Children of Down Syndrome

The Last Children of Down Syndrome

Prenatal testing is changing who gets born and who doesn’t. This is just the beginning. Every few weeks or so, Grete Fält-Hansen gets a call from a stranger asking a question for the first time: What is it like to raise a child with Down syndrome? Sometimes the caller...

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Care Not Killing: It’s time for a debate about living, not dying

DURING the last couple of weeks, there has been something of a crescendo of voices calling for a change in the law on assisted suicide and euthanasia. The people making these calls push a utopian image of assisted suicide and euthanasia systems around the world. They...

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Assisted suicide is one import we can live without

ASSISTED suicide is once again an issue in Parliament. The campaign for a parliamentary inquiry into the possibility of legalising assisted suicide has intensified. Many of those involved in this campaign look to America where, they believe, assisted suicide is...

The Last Children of Down Syndrome

The Last Children of Down Syndrome

Prenatal testing is changing who gets born and who doesn’t. This is just the beginning. Every few weeks or so, Grete Fält-Hansen gets a call from a stranger asking a question for the first time: What is it like to raise a child with Down syndrome? Sometimes the caller...