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'The Little Sisters of the Poor provide the best answer to Rob Marris’s bill' (CNS)

There are very good reasons to oppose Rob Marris MP’s proposed legislation, but the argument must be deepened

Volunteers count votes at  count at a Sheffield constituency in 2010 (PA)

Defeat in the general election can be the start of something positive for politicians

Margot Parker MEP discuss issues surrounding the forthcoming general election with Bishop Lynch (CNS)

Catholic MEPs Margot Parker and Steven Woolfe will meet with Bishop Lynch on Thursday

'The bishops’ 2015 letter the letter is of use to all voters – not just Catholics – in casting their votes this May' (PA)

The bishops’ 2015 letter reminds the reader that there is a moral obligation on all voters to exercise their franchise

Cardinal Nichols (PA)

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has released a letter ahead of this year’s general election

Mrs Bruce sought to change the law following revelations that some British doctors had agreed to requests to abortions because of the unborn child’s gender (PA)

Fiona Bruce’s amendment to the Serious Crime Bill has been voted down by the Commons

A vote of Fiona Bruce MP's amendment will take place in the House of Commons today (PA)

The Trades Union Congress sent an email to MPs to ask them to oppose an amendment to the Serious Crime Bill today

An embryologist at a clinic in south London (PA)

A scheme for the harvesting of female eggs follows the House of Commons approval of Government regulations to permit ‘three-parent IVF’

'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