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Embryos being prepared for instant freezing in laboratory (PA)

Life says the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has approved ‘uncertain and dangerous technology’

Abortion law will now be decided by Holyrood  (PA)

LIFE has welcomed the devolution of abortion law

'Far from empowering women, the 1967 Abortion Act has left a trail of destruction' (PA)

In 48 years since the passing of the Abortion Act around eight million abortions having been carried out in the UK

Pope Francis prays at the Synod (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

Podcast: How will the synod end?

Madeleine Teahan and Fr Mark Drew discuss the final week of the Family Synod

'Amendments to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act that would allow IVF clinics to replace an egg’s defective mitochondrial DNA with healthy DNA from a female donor' (PA)

MPs will vote later today on whether to amendment the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act

A scene from the EXIT ADMD film

A film presented by EXIT highlights the importance of offering solace to those who have lost the will to live

The #notblinkered campaign will run for the next 6 weeks

#notblinkered aims to ‘remove the blinkers’ on pro-life questions

British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt (PA)

Professor Jack Scarisbrick says abortion services have ‘become a ‘runaway bus’

Life Fertility Care may be forced to close if new GMC guidelines are approved

A pro-life charity will be forced to close its fertility care services if new medical guidelines are approved

Life says advance in foetal screening could lead to wide-scale abortion for disability