Feb 09, 2022 | Christian Hacking
An opinion piece by Christian Hacking
A number of tweets and articles have been published in recent days suggesting that the Department of Health and Social Care has approved the killing of unborn babies at home, permanently.
Last Wednesday the UK’s largest abortion provider tweeted that “the Government will not revoke permission for at home early medical abortion”. This was followed with an article in Refinery the same day stating:
“Today, the Government made an announcement that abortion campaigners have long hoped it would make. It will allow at home early medical abortion (also known as telemedicine) to continue.”
This was accompanied by a showreel of quotes from the usual suspects (Katherine O’Brian and Dame Diana Johnson) reasserting the claim.
But is this true? Has the Government really decided to keep these dangerous measures? And if not what can explain the supposed boldness of the abortion industry in asserting it has?Read more
Debunking Times article on whether the “trend towards early termination without surgery is good news for everyone bar religious hardliners”
Nov 19, 2021 | Christian Hacking
This Friday Emma Duncan’s opinion piece was published in the Times. In it she argues that the shift to medical abortions in recent years, particularly with new DIY abortion measures over lockdown, has “made abortion less fraught, personally, politically and morally”. However, is this true? CBR UK examines the facts behind the assertions.Read more
Nov 18, 2021 | Christian Hacking
The inquest into the tragic death of Sarah Dunn, who died in April last year from sepsis following a “medical termination” four weeks earlier, ended this week. Of all the reporting I have read, all the blame fell on everyone other than those who were most ultimately responsible; the abortion industry.Read more
Aug 28, 2021 | Christian Hacking
At the start of lockdown some experts speculated that the enforced quarantining of the healthy may lead to a boom in covid babies, however, a year later the opposite has occurred with experts warning of record lows in birth rates during this period. It would appear hesitation rather than copulation has won the day.
This article examines why this is such a big deal and what it has to do with abortion.Read more
Jul 21, 2021 | Christian Hacking
*correction: since this article was published, I have been informed that although Miss Tudor's crowdfunding page has closed, her legal case is in fact ongoing.
Last Tuesday a billboard was erected in Fulham, West London posing the following question upon a lavender background:
“Late term abortion without Fetal Pain Killer? You may have a claim for clinical negligence” with details to the following website.Read more
Jun 14, 2021 | Christian Hacking
You may have come across headlines over recent weeks describing UK based doctors under investigation for prescribing “unproven and experimental” treatments to stop the effects of medical abortion drugs.Read more
Apr 30, 2021 | Christian Hacking
This is the most detailed model of a human cell to date, obtained using x-ray, NMR and cryoelectron microscopy datasets.— Mahjabin Noroozi (@Mahjabinno) November 7, 2020
“Cellular landscape cross-section through a eukaryotic cell.”
- by Evan Ingersoll and Gael McGill. https://t.co/YERCmdIJXH pic.twitter.com/3pxT3blsgU
At first glance it looks like a bird’s eye view of a futuristic city or perhaps some sort of Indian festival of colours.
In reality it is the most detailed model of a human cell yet created.
The model was created by Evan Ingersoll and Gael McGill using x-ray, NMR and cryoelectron microscopy datasets.
It was published by Mahjabin Noroozi, a researcher at Stanford University (USA), in November of last year, and has not stopped causing wonder and awe online since. It has recently been doing the rounds in the UK.Read more
Mar 19, 2021 | Christian Hacking
DISCLAIMER: This is an opinion piece by Christian Hacking
The ethical vaccine debate
On Wednesday this week Emeritus paediatric professor at UCL- John Wyatt debated David Brennan from Brephos (the Greek word for child, in and outside of the womb) on whether Christians should accept vaccines that use fetal tissue cell lines in their production. The debate was a friendly affair between brothers, with plenty of agreement around the facts, and a charming moment at the end where each of the debaters introduced the others' website. This said, the debate did clarify a fundamental difference between the two men's ethical approach to the vaccines and the Scriptures.Read more
Feb 09, 2021 | Christian Hacking
What is HEK 293?
HEK 293 is a human cell line created using a kidney from a dissected unborn baby in the Netherlands between 1972 and 1973. It is the second most common cell line and is used extensively in “pharmaceutical and biomedical research”. It is also used in vaccine creation and cancer research.Read more
Dec 14, 2020 | Christian Hacking
On Friday 26th November the Government opened a public consultation asking whether the new Early Medical Abortion (EMA) measures “should be made permanent” after COVID laws are scrapped. CBR UK are advising as many people as possible to fill it in and have provided support material and information below.
The consultation consists of 10 questions and takes around 30-45 minutes to complete. The deadline for responses is the 26th February 2021.
Fill in the consultation on the Right to Life UK website here.Read more
Feb 24, 2020 | Christian Hacking
If I were to tell you of a place where you could be banned for challenging the authorities, where would you think of? Yemen, Burundi, Turkey, Iran?
Well why don’t you add Walthamstow to your list!Read more
Nov 28, 2019 | Christian Hacking
(updated 4th December 2019)
We are nonpartisan when it comes to party politics and cannot advise on which party you should vote for. Whether you vote tactically to limit harm or vote according to conscience is a choice that you will have to make, but please make sure it is well informed.
Let’s look at where the main political parties stand on abortion and what kind of questions pro-lifers can be asking their local candidates in the lead up to this election.Read more
Oct 29, 2019 | Christian Hacking
CBR UK asked members of the public what they thought about abortion. After hearing their responses they showed them a 1 minute video of what abortion looks like from 10 to 24 weeks. Visit abortionreality.com to see what they saw.
Sep 30, 2019 | Christian Hacking
Tune in to listen to Christian Hacking as he speaks with Tom Swarbrick on LBC about the #StopStella campaign and explains why MP Stella Creasy is the focus. He is joined by Elaine Crory from Alliance for Choice, a group who campaigned for increased abortions rights in Northern Ireland.
Jul 10, 2019 | Christian Hacking