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Abortion (Sex-Selection) Bill to be debated in Parliament on Tuesday 4th November.


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In 2012, a national newspaper investigation revealed that some doctors were prepared to approve abortions on the basis of the baby's gender (read more here). 

The matter was investigated but the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to prosecute, despite finding that, in the case of two of the doctors, there was sufficient evidence to proceed. The decision caused widespread concern. Recently it was announced that 21 year old Aisling Hubert had launched a private prosecution, supported by the Christian Legal Centre - read more here

The Government has said that abortion on the grounds of gender is illegal. However, BPAS, the UK's largest abortion provider says that the law is silent on the issue. Even the British Medical Association suggests that gender abortion may be legal in some circumstances.

On Tuesday 4th November, Fiona Bruce MP (pictured), will introduce the Abortion (Sex-Selection) Bill which seeks to confirm that abortion on the grounds of gender is illegal. It will also provide an opportunity to consider what help can be offered to women who are under pressure to abort on the grounds of gender.



It is important that as many MPs as possible attend and speak in support of the Bill. 

A special website has been set up to help you understand the Bill - and to make it easy for you to contact your MP, urging them to attend, speak and vote in favour of the Bill.

Please visit today and contact your MP.


Take a stand against gender-selective abortion - contact your MP today by clicking here




  • October 27th, 2014
    A member of the public, Aisling Hubert (pictured) has taken the dramatic step of starting criminal proceedings against two doctors who were identified by a national newspaper as authorising the abortion of two babies because they were not the sex that the mother wanted.
  • October 24th, 2014
    Ann Furedi, the chief executive of Britain's biggest abortion provider, BPAS, has called for abortion to be decriminalised, saying that abortion is a "back-up to our chosen method of birth-control."
  • October 15th, 2014
    Volunteers from pro-life group Abort 67 gathered outside a London GP practice on Wednesday 15th October to protest at the clinic's decision to hire out space to the UK's largest abortion provider, BPAS.
  • October 15th, 2014
    Global technology firms, Facebook and Apple, are offering to meet the cost of freezing the eggs of female employees. "The policy is designed to attract and keep top female talent, by helping them avoid having to choose between motherhood and professional progression" according to the BBC.
  • September 28th, 2014
    Lives have already been saved as a result of this year's 40 Days for Life campaign which started globally last week in 297 cities across 13 countries including here in the UK.
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