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Abortion

Since the introduction of the Abortion Act 1967, there have been over 7 million abortions in the UK. This is a tragedy. As well as the loss of life it has led to a general disregard for the sanctity of life in society. In addition, there is accumulating evidence of the serious consequences of abortion on mothers including potential damage to their physical and mental health. At Christian Concern we resist abortion and aim to inform women of its dangers. We believe that every unborn child should have their right to life protected.

Articles

  • April 12th, 2019
    New draft guidelines designed to speed up the abortion process were published today by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). They advise that women should be able to book an abortion without seeing a GP or having counselling. Tim Dieppe discusses the dangers of introducing these new guidelines.
  • April 5th, 2019
    Representing Christian Concern, Carys Moseley was invited to give oral evidence at the Human Resource and Social Development Committee of the Parliament of Jamaica at the end of March 2019. Here, she explains what Jamaica can learn from the legalisation of abortion in Britain and how Britain could learn from Jamaica about standing up for the sanctity of life.
  • March 27th, 2019
    On Monday 25 March, the question of the European Commission’s rejection of the most supported European Citizens’ Initiative in history came before the highest court in Europe. With the support of nearly 2 million EU citizens, ‘One of Us’ called for an end to EU funds being spent on oversees abortions and research, however its proposals were rejected purely because the Commission had an opposing ideological view.
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