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After the drama of Bedford Square, the pro-life movement faces one enormous challenge

We must win over the average Radio 4 listener who thinks the abortion lobby are the ones who really care about women

NHS trust drops threat of dismissal against pro-life nurse

Catholic nurse threatened with sack for refusing to work on abortion ward wins case without going to court

We will win the arguments over marriage and life – but not just with words

Every sacrifice made by a mother challenges the abortionists’ argument; every vibrant, loving marriage defends that institution

Students block union’s attempt to stifle free speech on abortion

Student union at UCL backs down on the advice of lawyers

Would you drive a woman to an abortion clinic?

Where does conscientious objection begin? The recent case of the Glasgow midwives raises difficult questions

For a moment people have stopped talking about a ‘clump of cells’ and are beginning to see an unborn child

The debate on sex selection has put the abortion lobby on the back foot

Scottish midwives lose legal battle not to assist in abortions

Archbishop of Glasgow expresses ‘deep concern’ at ruling and praises courage of midwives

The campaign on ‘gendercide’ is blinded by a moral smugness

It’s hypocritical to believe abortion is a right and yet be scandalised by who gets aborted and who doesn’t

Ethicists call for killing of newborns to be made legal

A leading British medical journal publishes article calling for the introduction of ‘after-birth abortion’

‘Is it true, Father, that in Scotland men wear skirts?’

Last night’s ‘Catholics’ focused heavily on vestments. In contrast, during my time in an African seminary we (mostly) tackled the foundational questions of morals