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Breaking: major pro-life victory

Breaking: major pro-life victory

We wanted to share some brilliant news with you. As a result of the Prime Minister’s announcement just now that a snap General Election will be held on 4 July 2024, Parliament will be dissolved shortly. This means that all Parliamentary business that has not been...

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Baby born before the abortion limit now a year old and thriving

Baby born before the abortion limit now a year old and thriving

Baby Isla was born 18 weeks early and given only a 10% chance of survival. A year on, she’s thriving and has just celebrated her first birthday. Lauren Ormston and Oliver Dewey were expecting their first child together in July last year. But their daughter, baby Isla,...

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Large crowd at March for Life in Dublin told to “vote pro-life”

Large crowd at March for Life in Dublin told to “vote pro-life”

The large crowd who turned out in Dublin for the March for Life on Bank Holiday Monday were urged to vote pro-life in the country's upcoming local and European elections. With the latest figures in Ireland suggesting that there may have been over 10,000 abortions in...

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Euthanasia law rejected by Portugal’s Constitutional Court

Euthanasia law rejected by Portugal’s Constitutional Court

A Portuguese court has rejected its Parliament’s attempt to introduce euthanasia into the country, pointing to the “intolerable vagueness” of the proposed legislation. On Monday, the Constitutional Court in Portugal rejected a law to introduce euthanasia for the...

20,000 attend March for Life in Paris

20,000 attend March for Life in Paris

As a group of politicians in France attempt to make abortion part of the constitution and seek to introduce a law allowing euthanasia, Paris’ annual March for Life has responded with a resounding ‘non’. Held every year on the third Sunday of January to commemorate the...

Maltese Government tables abortion up to birth Bill

Maltese Government tables abortion up to birth Bill

This afternoon the Maltese Government introduced a Bill to the Maltese Parliament that will introduce de facto abortion on demand, for any reason, up to birth in Malta. The Maltese Government earlier indicated that it would introduce a change to legislation that would...

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Chile rejects abortion

Chile rejects abortion

Chile’s lower Chamber of Deputies has rejected a Bill that sought to introduce abortion on demand up to 14 weeks gestation. The legislation, introduced in January this year, sought to amend the current Chilean penal code so that the current prohibitions on abortion...

Crowd takes to the streets for India’s March for Life

Crowd takes to the streets for India’s March for Life

Nearly five times as many people gathered for the 2023 March for Life in India compared to the previous year, as close to 1,000 pro-lifers marched to oppose 52 years of legal abortion in India.  Youth activists raise awareness This summer, the second national...

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Keep the cops out of our minds

Keep the cops out of our minds

In 2018, lawyers argued before the High Court that laws introduced by local councils designed to prevent harassment and intimidation near abortion facilities were so broadly drafted that they could even criminalise silent prayer i.e. impinge on the most basic of...

Keep the cops out of our minds

Keep the cops out of our minds

In 2018, lawyers argued before the High Court that laws introduced by local councils designed to prevent harassment and intimidation near abortion facilities were so broadly drafted that they could even criminalise silent prayer i.e. impinge on the most basic of...