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The Royal Courts of Justice, where the Court of Appeal sits. Judges ruled that an unborn baby was 'not a person' (Photo: PA)

Court rejects compensation claim from disabled child whose mother drank heavily during pregnancy

A pro-life vigil in Bedford Square, central London

Pro-life activist criticises BPAS campaign for a law banning protesters outside its clinics

Cardiff students will vote on whether they want to become officially 'pro-choice'  (PA)

The motion would bar students from demonstrating outside abortion clinics

Stanley v O'Neill - the bout that never was

Anyone who truly cares about women’s rights has to be prepared to look again at the evidence of what abortion on demand does to us

Christ Church College, Oxford (Wikipedia)

Expert says Christ Church college’s move contravenes the Education Act

Pope Francis  (AP)

Pope spoke to the Association of Italian Catholic Doctors

Figures reveal that the average payout for a 'wrongful birth' is close to half a million pounds (Photo: PA)

Figures reveal average payout for a ‘wrongful birth’ is close to half a million

The Court of Appeal sits at the Royal Courts of Justice (PA)

Is that why the Church has so far been silent on the case the appeal court is considering? The judges have to decide whether the existing law on the status of the ‘foetus’ makes sense

Cardinal Nichols addressed the conference on healthcare professionals in the context of the New Evangelisations (CNS)

Cardinal Nichols spoke at the Catholic Medical Association Conference on Saturday

The Abortion (Sex-Selection) Bill is heading for a second reading in the Commons (PA)

MPs have voted in favour of clarifying law on sex-selective abortion, but we haven’t heard from feminists such as Harriet Harman on the issue