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Pro-life campaigners outside Leinster House in Dublin in June (PA)

Ann Widdecombe, Eve Farren and Peter D Williams on how to end the abortion impasse

The Requiem Mass for Phyllis Bowman yesterday paid tribute to a courageous and loving woman

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’

Phyllis Bowman, right, with Ann Widdecombe

British Catholics mourn ‘leading light of the global pro-life movement’

Life's website

The charity Life has defended its ethics following criticism of its non-directive counselling from a Catholic academic

BBC's Television Centre in London (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

The Corporation has betrayed its charter and is no longer worthy of receiving our licence fee

Some of the 120 diners at the Right to Life dinner at the Royal Overseas League, from left: Baroness Masham, Charles Tannock MEP, Anglican Bishop John Broadhurst of 
Fulham and Ann Widdecombe. The evening was a great success and in his speech Jim Dobbin MP praised the ‘secret army’ of campaigners for advocating the culture of life

Right to Life dinner enjoyed by 120 pro-lifer supporters at the Royal Overseas League

Ann Widdecombe is in danger of becoming a national treasure after her stint on Strictly Come Dancing                                                 Yui Mok/PA Wire/Press Association Images

‘My only worry now is falling over’

Ann Widdecombe tells Anna Arco why she is finding time in her intense Strictly schedule to speak up for the unborn

Archbishop Patrick Kelly of Liverpool (in yellow and white jacket) leads walkers across Morecambe Bay

Right to Life organises sponsored walk across Morecambe Bay