Tag Archives: BPAS
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Legal abortion until term?

UK abortion provider BPAS has launched a campaign to legalise abortion-on-demand, up-to-birth, for any reason. Parliament is considering debating the issue. For more information on this see http://www.righttolife.org.uk/comment-opinion/abortion-up-to-birth/ The following are my own personal reflections: My daughter was born at 27 weeks gestational age. She […]


Censuring debate and free speech at Oxford University

Not for the first time, a college at a top UK university has completely shut down an attempt to organise a balanced debate on abortion. Are the students running scared of possible credible opposition to their ‘abortion is the answer to everything’ mindset, by closing […]


The Abortion Industry is alive and well (funded)

  Twenty three years ago, in 1991, half of all abortions were paid for privately ie. they weren’t free. Now, only 2% of abortions are paid for privately.  Even if an abortion is carried out in a private sector clinic, it will almost always be […]


Exposing the lack of accountability by NHS funded abortion providers

A Government consultation on the collection of standard statistics on abortion may seem like a pretty dry and uncontroversial topic. And indeed it mostly is. However there are two important – and more controversial issues – which the collection of these statistics raises. One is […]

Abortion counselling vote: a defeat but not a loss

Just like the heated debate prior to the vote in Parliament this week on counselling before abortion, the public debate after the vote has been dominated by controversies, claims and counter claims.  However, in all of this debate, there has been little coverage of the […]