"I saw a woman recently who had taken the pill, under pressure, and immediately after taking it wanted to seek help to get a reversal of the abortion done…so now she’s sitting at home, experiencing light bleeding, praying that it won’t get any worse, praying that she won’t lose the baby. This is a horrific situation..."
"Mortalities attributed to the virus, for example, are often measured in the thousands of people per day globally—but is this number a little or a lot, relative to typical causes of death?"
"Just hours before the national lockdown ... the Department for Health and Social Care had initially announced the extreme changes to the abortion law on Twitter."
"... President Donald Trump has refused pro-abortion activists’ pressure to expand access to abortion-inducing drugs for women to take at home."
"Charalambous highlighted Tafida’s case, where doctors of a girl who suffered a traumatic brain injury wanted to turn off life support, contrary to the wishes of her family. In October, a landmark High Court ruling allowed her parents to take her to Genoa for treatment. She received it and it was successful."
"As our nation fights to preserve human life, politicians and activists fight to continue to terminate life, even amid such a crisis as a global pandemic."
Dr Gordon Macdonald, Chief Executive of Care Not Killing, commented: “The current laws on assisted suicide and euthanasia exist to protect those who are sick, elderly, depressed or disabled from feeling obliged to end their lives. It protects those who have no voice against exploitation and coercion."
“Since abortion became possible in 1967 there have been over 9 million abortions. That is a legalised, silent holocaust, which Christian Hacking and his colleagues were lawfully, peacefully and courageously campaigning on. We are determined to fight for justice in this case.”