The Pro Life Campaign has said there is no real difference between “partial” or “full” repeal of the 8th Amendment since both options would strip unborn babies of all meaningful protections under the law.
Today marks the 34th anniversary of the passage of the 8th Amendment.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar Meets With Abortion Activist Justin Trudeau But Not Women Who Regret Their Abortions
The Pro Life Campaign has questioned why Taoiseach Leo Varadkar felt compelled to inform Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about his plans on abortion during their official meeting yesterday.
The Pro Life Campaign has warmly welcomed the ruling of the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in Northern Ireland vindicating pro-life group Both Lives Matter over its claim that 100,000 people are alive today in Northern Ireland as a direct result of Britain’s abortion laws not being extended to Northern Ireland.
The impartiality of the Citizens’ Assembly which was set up to discuss abortion in Ireland has been dealt a further blow by the news that the Chief Executive Officer of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), Ann Furedi, is so happy that the British Medical Association recently voted to support the decriminalisation of abortion that she can’t stop humming the 1970s disco song “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now”.
The campaign to liberalise abortion took a further step forward today with the first sitting of the Government’s new Committee which is due to look at the recommendations by the recent Citizens’ Assembly.
The Pro Life Campaign has welcomed a Report showing that the number of women travelling from Ireland to England and Wales for abortions has decreased for the fifteenth consecutive year.
It’s Children’s Hospice Week and in Ireland that means an opportunity to celebrate the wonderful work carried out by the many organisations that provide home care to families of seriously or terminally ill children. All week, we have been hearing about the incredible assistance provided to these families and their children.
A new survey reported in the British Medical Journal tries to make the dubious point that the abortion pill is safe for women to take.