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Topic: pro-life

The battle on abortion should not be about incremental gains in Parliament

Pro-lifers should start by saying that abortion is intrinsically evil and fight on that principle

Prominent pro-life priest is recalled to his diocese

US director of Priests for Life is suspended from any ministry outside the Diocese of Amarillo, Texas

‘Pro-choice’ campaigners should look to China and think again

Francis Phillips wonders if pro-abortion activists have thought through the consequences of their views

Our Lady, at the supreme moment of human history, chose to say ‘yes’ to life

Two stories I encountered yesterday offered an alternative to the Ann Furedi perspective

Debate: Has the Dorries amendment helped the pro-life cause?

Or has it distracted attention from what’s important?

The Dorries amendment was flawed from the start. We can’t let it split the pro-life movement

It would be a major victory for the devil if yesterday’s vote were to turn pro-lifers against each other

Hungary’s cheering pro-life constitution offers a shining example to a comfortable, selfish Britain

The post-Communist country has grasped what is fundamental: a respect for life

If only Britain’s leaders had the same moral courage as Ronald Reagan

The US leader, dismissed initially as a B-grade movie star, was a great pro-life president

Pro-lifers should be wary of mandatory counselling before abortion

It might sound like a good thing but it is not as straightforward as one might think

MPs seek to tighten abortion law

Labour and Tory MPs are tabling amendments to a new health bill that they say will dramatically reduce the number of abortions in Britain