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1 journalist, 2 Times articles on us, 10 years apart - what’s changed?
Times journalist, Rosie Kinchen, got in touch in August as she was writing a piece on the ‘anti-abortion’ movement in the UK in response to the US overturning of Roe v Wade. She was keen to discover the impact this US law would have over here. Continue reading
A response to Roe - The truth behind the ruling
Roe versus Wade has been overturned! But what does this mean for America’s women and their children? How do we sort out fact from fiction and myth from reality when it comes to this contentious subject? Abortion is one of the most polarising issues debated today but it is also one of the most misunderstood. Continue reading
Meet the Heroes
All around the UK we have teams of brave and dedicated individuals regularly going out in their cities to challenge public opinion on abortion. These heroes have been willing to step up and expose the tragedy of abortion, despite the cost. We want to acknowledge the important roles of those who make up our teams in this new series of interviews. To begin with, we would love to introduce you to our Liverpool Team Leader, Jane. You may have seen Jane in some of our recent videos courageously remaining calm in the face of obnoxious opposition from abortion supporters.  Read on to hear about the challenges and highlights of her work on the frontline. Continue reading
What do you see at the Cross?
PREVIEW: What is the answer to the culture of child sacrifice? Child sacrifice is perhaps the very pinnacle of human godlessness: sin at its starkest, its most extreme. In the Ancient Near East it was to the false god Molech; in the UK today it is to the false gods of autonomy, fear of others, financial security, genetic perfection… In “abortion” the worst of our culture is laid bare: literally sacrificing others (the smallest and weakest) for the sake of self. Continue reading
Has the Government Approved DIY Abortion in UK?
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? Continue reading
Debunking Times article on whether the “trend towards early termination without surgery is good news for everyone bar religious hardliners”
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. Continue reading
The death of Sarah Dunn - Why has the abortion industry got off scot free?
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.  Continue reading
Is Abortion a Genocide?
Abortion dismembers, starves to death and crushes the skulls of around 885 babies in the womb every working day in the UK. In 2020, in Great Britain, 224,675 babies were killed brutally in the wombi. The World Health Organisation estimates that between 2015 and 2019, on average, 73.3 million abortions occurred worldwide each yearii. There is an entire industry built on this destruction of human life which has a vested interest in killing unwanted pre-born babies by abortion. In 2010, taxpayers spent £118m on abortion in England,iii and in 2019, a leading abortion provider received £55 million from UK taxpayers to support the promotion and provision of abortion on-demand overseasiv. This human rights abuse is both allowed and perpetrated by our government with tax-payer money. What exactly is a genocide? Continue reading
Freedom Riders
Freedom Riders (2010) chronicles the struggle for racial equality in the American interstate transport system during an era of segregation. Groups of black and white civil rights activists took bus trips through the American South in 1961 to protest segregated bus terminals which the previous year were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Continue reading