"Official statistics released last week reveal that abortions in England and Wales in 2019 were recorded at 207,384 among residents – the highest number ever since abortion was legalised in 1968."
"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..."
"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."
"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."
100,000 people in Northern Ireland are alive today because Northern Ireland did not accept the same abortion law that was introduced into Britain in 1967.
After more than two years without sitting, Unionist parties triggered the assembly’s recall with a petition to stop the liberalisation of abortion. However, MLAs (members of the Northern Irish Assembly) were told that that no business could be officiated until a speaker was elected with cross-community backing.