Thank you to everyone who has written letters to Peers asking them to oppose Lord Forsyth’s assisted suicide amendment. The debate on this amendment has been pushed back a week from last Wednesday (9 March) to this Wednesday (16 March).
Unfortunately, we are now facing a major threat on the abortion front too.
Baroness Sugg has tabled an amendment to the Health and Care Bill that would make ‘DIY’ at-home abortion permanent.
This would overturn the Government’s decision to end ‘DIY’ at-home abortion and force the Government to make these dangerous schemes available permanently.
The amendment will be debated this Wednesday (16 March).
It is vital that as many Peers as possible oppose this amendment.
It will be most useful at this stage if Peers receive emails sent directly from your own personal email account.
We have launched an easy-to-use tool on our website that drafts a custom email for you that includes evidence that makes a strong case for opposing this dangerous amendment. This will then be sent to your email address.
From there, you simply copy and paste the content of the letter into a new email and send it to the assigned Peer’s email address that we will provide. Simple instructions on how to do this will be provided in the email.
This should take around two minutes to complete. I realise this will take slightly more time than the usual actions that we ask you to take, but at this stage emails coming directly from your own personal email account will likely have the best chance of persuading Peers on this issue – and the tool makes it easy for you to do this.
Please take action and click the button below to contact Peers now.
The debate and vote will be next Wednesday, so please send your emails as soon as possible.
Thank you for your ongoing support.