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Parliament is back

Thank you to everyone who made it along to the March For Life on Saturday. It was an amazing day with thousands of people taking to the streets in London to stand up for the unborn and women facing unplanned pregnancies.

It was great to meet so many of you at our stall, during the rally and in Parliament Square after. You can see more of the day in the photos that we have put up here – this includes photos from the march and our photo wall at LifeFest.

We have also published an article on our news service with further reporting from the day.


Today, MPs and Peers have returned to Parliament and to a very busy remainder of the year.

Baroness Meacher’s assisted suicide Bill received a First Reading in the House of Lords on 26 May and will be proceeding onto a Second Reading shortly.

It is critical that the Government does not give in to the assisted suicide lobby and rejects any moves to introduce assisted suicide to the UK.

As part of its work to ensure that the Government does not support assisted suicide and that, as a society, we continue to improve end-of-life care, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Dying Well is hosting a parliamentary event tomorrow evening.

At the event, MPs, MSPs, MSs and Peers will hear directly hear directly from international medical professionals on their concerns about assisted suicide and euthanasia, based on their experiences in jurisdictions where they have been legalised.


It is vital that as many parliamentarians as possible attend the event on Tuesday to ensure they are aware of the negative impact that assisted suicide and euthanasia has had overseas.

We have launched a tool on our website today which makes it easy for you to send an email to your local politician asking them to attend the event. Please click the button below to contact your MP now. It only takes 30 seconds.