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Looking Back – Looking Forward: The aftermath o...
Posted on 1 November 2008.
Since its birth in 1996 the ProLife Alliance has always been and remains one of the strongest political campaign groups working in the United Kingdom in defence of the life of the unborn child. We are proud to have created working alliances with other groups and would like to celebrate with our supporters and colleagues the success of our agreed strategy... 
Video explaining the reality of suction abortion...
Posted on 1 November 2008.
Watch this video which explains suction abortion. The video also challenges one of the most common misconceptions that being prolife is only a religious point of view. The video demonstrates that the reality of abortion is the same, regardless of whether you are religious or not.  Read More →
‘I survived an abortion attempt’...
Posted on 19 September 2008.
Gianna Jessen’s mother was seven-and-a-half months pregnant (approx 32 weeks) when she decided to abort her child. The abortion procedure failed, and Gianna has cerebral palsy as a direct result of the procedure. Read the full story on BBC news  Read More →
Pictures & videos: unborn babies...
Posted on 19 August 2008.
Below are photos and videos of unborn babies at various stages of development. The images show that a 24 week old baby is a fully developed human being, yet abortion is still legal up to this point in England. After this point a baby can be aborted at any point up to birth – 40 weeks old – if it has a "serious" abnormality. The... 
Informed consent for abortion is good practice...
Posted on 14 March 2008.
The Royal College of Psychiatry recommends that abortion practice is changed, in light of recent studies looking at mental health and abortion. Although no firm conclusions have been reached, the RCP released the following statement: “The Royal College of Psychiatrists recognises that good practice in relation to abortion will include informed... 
Born at 22 weeks and 3 days: Will’s Story...
Posted on 11 February 2008.
My son, Will, was born in 1998 at 22 weeks 3 days. I understand that he is Britain’s earliest surviving baby. Will wasn't treated for a long time because of his gestation. I held him in the delivery suite for 7 hours with no intervention as we waited for him to die. The hospital took him down to the Special Care Baby Unit at 7 hours old.... 

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