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A pro-lifer protests outside an abortion clinic

Do they close minds, or open them?

Pro-lifers pray outside an abortion clinic in Bedford Square, London (PA photo)

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

Nellie Gray, founder of the March for Life. Her motto was 'no exceptions, no compromises' (Photo: CNS)

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

A vigil outside a BPAS clinic at Bedford Square in central London

40 Days for Life to organise vigils outside three London clinics

Lord Alton, Jerry Canty, Ann Widdecombe and Lord Nicholas Windsor in Westminster Cathedral (Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Archbishop gives homily at memorial Mass at Westminster Cathedral

Lord Falconer is proposing a draft bill to legalise assisted suicide (PA photo)

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

Phyllis Bowman, right, is pictured with Ann Widdecombe, the former Conservative MP who strongly supported Bowman’s group, Right to Life, in Parliament

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’

Pro-abortion protesters chant slogans while pro-lifers pray outside the BPAS clinic (PA wire)

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

University College London (PA photo)

Student union at UCL backs down on the advice of lawyers

Abortion Rights will protest outside BPAS clinic on the day Bishop Hopes attends vigil