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Topic: pro-life

Graphic images of abortion are profoundly counterproductive and damage the pro-life cause

Displaying these images outside an abortuary may change the minds of some women, but they will alienate the general public

Only graphic images will really change public opinion on abortion

In every successful campaign for social reform – from slavery to animal rights – images have been essential

Debate: Do graphic images of abortion help the pro-life cause?

Do they close minds, or open them?

Marie Stopes makes new legal threat to pro-lifers

Lawyers acting for Marie Stopes threaten to report activists to the Advertising Standards Authority

Pro-lifers cannot win the debate by bargaining over the lives of the unborn

Gaining some lives at the cost of others is to surrender the principle that every life is of equal value

Pro-lifers step up prayer vigils despite legal threat

40 Days for Life to organise vigils outside three London clinics

Archbishop Nichols praises Phyllis Bowman as ‘apostle of life’

Archbishop gives homily at memorial Mass at Westminster Cathedral

The pro-life movement needs to be divided if it is to win battles in Parliament

We need one lobby group to fight for the unborn child and another to oppose assisted suicide

‘I knew I’d never see complete victory’

In her last major interview, published on March 2, veteran campaigner Phyllis Bowman talked to Madeleine Teahan about her 45-year ‘battle for the baby’

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