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Can You Help The Parliamentary Pro-Life Group?...
Posted on 29 July 2014.
The All Party Parliamentary Pro-Life Group, chaired by Fiona Bruce MP and Jim Dobbin MP, urgently needs three pro-life representatives for each constituency in the country. These Ambassadors will be asked occasionally to contact their parliamentary candidates by email. In the first instance, we need to do this to compile candidates’ views on... 
status on the Assisted Dying Bill...
Posted on 23 July 2014.
See the following about the Falconer bill on the website of Care Not Killing, of which the ProLife Alliance is a member: http://www.carenotkilling.org.uk/qas/falconer-bill-where-we-are-now  Read More →
The debate on Lord Falconer’s bill...
Posted on 18 July 2014.
A large group of disabled people demonstrated outside the House of Lords today, while peers were debating Lord Falconer's bill to legalise assisted suicide. The point was made repeatedly in the debate that  any relaxation of the law would endanger them and the chronically ill and very elderly. This is not the first time the peers have... 
India Joins March for Life in Protest Against Girl...
Posted on 10 July 2014.
On Monday 30th June hundreds gathered in Coimbatore - a city in the south of Tamil-Nadu, India - for the annual March for Life.  Unborn females are too often the victims of the male-dominated dowry system, in which parents feel compelled to kill their unborn child by abortion once ultrasound has confirmed the baby's... 
please lobby against proposed assisted suicide law...
Posted on 5 July 2014.
The House of Lords will debate Lord Falconer's Assisted Dying Bill on Friday the 18th of this month. The ProLife Alliance is asking its supporters to lobby peers using Care Not Killing's webpage. Supporters who cannot send a hardcopy letter may wish to email peers. Contact details are on the parliamentary website. The Not Dead Yet group will... 
Double Judicial Victory Causes Celebration for Pro...
Posted on 2 July 2014.
In a striking blow to the Obama Administration, the United States Supreme Court ruled on 30 June in a 5-4 decision in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. that “closely-held” religious corporations are not required to pay for certain types of contraception coverage under the Health and Human Services mandate. The mandate previously forced... 
Alliance welcomes maintenance of law on assisted s...
Posted on 25 June 2014.
The ProLife Alliance has welcomed the UK Supreme Court's decision to uphold the law on assisted suicide.   The alliance's Dominica Roberts said: "The current law protects vulnerable handicapped and elderly people. The dangers of relaxing such protection have been clearly shown in the few jurisdictions which have done so. The British... 
ProLife Alliance welcomes court ruling on do-not-r...
Posted on 23 June 2014.
The Pro Life Alliance welcomes the Court of Appeal's decision that the human rights of a terminally ill patient were violated when a “do not resuscitate” notice was placed on her hospital records without her being consulted. Janet Tracey, who suffered from incurable lung cancer and was admitted to Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge,... 
No mercy for 185,331 Unborn Children : Abortion Fi...
Posted on 12 June 2014.
Every year when the UK Abortion Statistics are published, we hope that by some extraordinary miracle there will be evidence that the relentless attack on the unborn human child through abortion is – if not yet at an end – at least showing some real signs of weakening.  Sadly the latest (2013) UK abortion figures show little variation... 
petition against change to law on assisted dying...
Posted on 22 May 2014.
The ProLife Alliance supports a petition by Not Dead Yet UK to oppose the Assisted Dying Bill. Not Dead Yet write: "Lord Falconer’s bill aims to make it legal for doctors to end the lives of those they judge to be terminally ill, if the dying individual requests this intervention. This issue affects everyone, but our experience as disabled... 
ProLife Alliance condemns three-parent embryo plan...
Posted on 21 May 2014.
London, 21 May - The ProLife Alliance has responded to a British government consultation on three-parent embryos by describing the process as profoundly unethical. The alliance's Paul Danon said: "No amount of arguing that so-called mitochondrial donation could cure disease can take away from the fact that the production of human embryos... 
three-parent embryos: the alliance’s respons...
Posted on 21 May 2014.
The ProLife Alliance was founded on the premise of absolute respect for human life from fertilization until natural death. We have always maintained a non-compromising position on the status of the human embryo, acknowledging him or her as an absolute member of the human race, and, as such, worthy of total respect. We are also part of the One of Us... 
‘abortion increases mental illness risk̵...
Posted on 15 May 2014.
The effects of abortion "include an increased likelihood of divorce or separation, marrying late or not at all, increased acceptance of rape and increased risks of poor mental health," according to a paper by a Canadian institute. The report suggests that Canada is in denial about the dangers to women of abortion and cites "meta-analysis... 
Alliance comments on increase in abortion among ov...
Posted on 13 May 2014.
The ProLife Alliance has commented in the Daily Mail on news from an abortion-provider that older women are having more abortions. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service suggested that older women underestimated their fertility.  The newspaper quoted the alliance as saying that: "BPAS also made money providing contraception and advice, so... 
ProLife Alliance calls for enquiry over pre-signin...
Posted on 23 April 2014.
The ProLife Alliance has called for an investigation into how the General Medical Council failed to tell police that more than 60 doctors in Britain had been illegally signing otherwise blank abortion forms and not seeing the women concerned. Freedom of Information requests have revealed that the GMC merely disciplined 67 doctors after a Care Quality... 
500 attend European parliament meeting on embryo d...
Posted on 11 April 2014.
A petition to the European Parliament which gathered the best part of two million signatures has placed embryo-destruction on the EU's political agenda, as demonstrated at a well-attended hearing in Brussels yesterday (10 April). The ProLife Alliance was one of the main organisations in the UK that inspired and promoted the One of Us petition. The... 
EU urged not to fund human embryo destruction...
Posted on 9 April 2014.
Opponents of the destruction of human embryos will tomorrow (10 April) present a petition to the European Parliament in Brussels, calling on the European Commission to legislate to ban funding for the practice. The One of Us campaign, of which the ProLife Alliance is a principal member, collected 1.8m signatures from 20 countries. They will argue their... 
pro-life museum opens in Madrid...
Posted on 8 April 2014.
A human-rights group in Spain has this week opened a museum which celebrates unborn human life and describes the horror of abortion. HazteOir.org is supporting ExpoVida in Calle Zorrilla, Madrid, near the country's parliament. Parliamentarians helped set up the project in a building just 50 metres from the chamber of deputies.... 
Politics of pessimism and despair...
Posted on 8 April 2014.
The recent suicide of an 89 year old retired art teacher at the Dignitas Clinic in Zurich, with the encouragement of a struck-off British doctor, is a further example of the disastrous effects of attempts to legalise assisted suicide in this country. As reported, she was in relatively good health but simply tired of modern life. Every... 
fighting UK proposals for assisted suicide...
Posted on 20 March 2014.
The Assisted Dying Bill is before the British parliament. The Catholic Universe newspaper carried an article by Councillor Christopher Whitehouse about opposing the proposed legislation. He writes: "Some [politicians] may agree in principle that we should permit others to help people to die, but there is no way around the argument that... 
billionaires fund abortion...
Posted on 16 March 2014.
Here is the introduction to an excellent article from Life Institute: "Most countries with access to legal abortion have spawned organisations who exist to pay for poor women to have abortions. These organisations, often described as ‘Abortion Funds’, like to portray themselves as grassroots groups; ordinary folk struggling to... 
Dear future mom: a message from Down’s child...
Posted on 14 March 2014.
An expectant mother was told her unborn baby had Down's syndrome, which frightened her. In this video, young people with Down's tell her in several languages about all the things her child will be able to do. "Dear future mum, your child can be happy like I am." #dearfuturemom The Scotland Today TV programme recently featured... 
a useful source of life-related news...
Posted on 11 March 2014.
The ProLife Alliance's Twitter feed can be found at http://twitter.com/ProLifeAlliance. Please visit it and follow it. We try to keep it up to date. Comments are welcome @prolifealliance and to info@prolife.org.uk.  Read More →
Belgium Child Euthanasia Discussed on BBC Radio 5...
Posted on 18 February 2014.
The legalisation of child euthanasia in Belgium has sparked much debate. The rest of Europe are horrified by the new law, but many like Dr Jutte Van der Werff Ten Bosch, a pediatric oncologist from University Hospital Brussels, stood in support of it. Dominica Roberts of the ProLife Alliance recently discussed the issue with Dr Ten Bosch on... 
Help stop child-euthanasia in Belgium...
Posted on 14 February 2014.
Pro-life people are petitioning the King of the Belgians to refuse to sign a law which would allow for the euthanasia of children. A ProLife Alliance spokesman said: "This move evokes the ethos of the Nazi regime, something from which Belgium and many other countries had to be liberated with much loss of life. King Philippe needs to take a stand... 
Savulescu and Ethical Inconsistencies...
Posted on 10 February 2014.
In a recent piece in the Journal of Medical Ethics, bioethicist Julian Savulescu, of the Centre for Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford, criticised home births, claiming they are as potentially harmful to the unborn baby as 'driving without child seatbelts'.  In the article, Savulescu and Lachlan de Crespigny, of the University... 
Assisted Suicide in the News...
Posted on 10 February 2014.
On January 17th the Department of Health published a report on suicide prevention in England, where numbers have been rising since 2007: there were 4524 suicides in 2012. It is generally agreed that this is a sad and mainly preventable death, but there is  one sinister exception: pro-euthanasia activists try to persuade the public that, for... 
News from America...
Posted on 6 January 2014.
Mary Helen Bowers, a former ballerina and the founder of a dance fitness business, has been chronicling her experience of pregnancy online. Her ‘balletbeautiful’ Instagram account displays photos and videos of her dancing through the past nine months. Bowers, who gave birth to her daughter over Christmas, expressed in a recent interview the... 
Office Manager Vacancy...
Posted on 30 December 2013.
The ProLife Alliance is looking to appoint a new office manager for London.  As well as good office skills we are looking for experience in pro-life policy and campaign work. If you are interested in this position please email info@prolife.org.uk for a full job description. The closing date for applications is Friday 17th January.  Read More →
A Christmas Favour...
Posted on 20 December 2013.
Please ask your MP to oppose three parent embryos We'd like to thank all of our supporters for their efforts over this past year- we really value all that you do to protect every unborn child. As 2013 draws to a close, we have a final favour to ask of you: Fiona Bruce, the member of parliament for Congleton, has tabled an Early Day Motion criticising... 

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