This petition is now closed.
The petition ran between 16th November 2020 and 26th February 2021. It received 2,736 signatures and has been sent to 10 Downing Street for the attention of the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock.
For information about our campaign, please visit the following page: Hancock's Healthcare.
What has Matt Hancock done?
On 30th March 2020, just one week after the Coronavirus bill passed, Matt Hancock approved the largest change to abortion measures since 1967, permitting women to take both abortion pills at home. The decision was never debated, discussed or voted on in parliament, and has claimed the lives of thousands of babies and wreaked havoc on women’s health.
What do we want Matt Hancock to do?
For the attention of the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock
Dear Matt Hancock,
We are asking you to overturn the temporary approval of “pills by post” abortions at home. Far from “saving lives” and “protecting the NHS”, these new measures have claimed the lives of an estimated 46,000 babies and have wreaked havoc on women's health. This includes:
- An estimated 3200 women who underwent incomplete abortion
- “Major resuscitation and hemorrhaging”
- Blood transfusions, incomplete abortions and hospital admissions.
- 52 cases where babies were aborted past 10 week legal limit
- A murder investigation into a baby born alive at 32 weeks
- Two maternal deaths
In the heat of a crisis the Government have been exploited by the abortion industry allowing them to turn people’s homes into abortion facilities, without any medical supervision, after calls with abortion providers as short as 29 mins.
We want you to listen to the evidence and have “the home” outlawed, as an appropriate place to kill one's child.
We also want:
- Higher scrutiny placed on abortion businesses to ensure proper protection for pregnant women in a crisis
- Re-establish medically supervised ultrasound scans to ensure correct gestational age
For the safety and health of the nation please act now.