Initially introduced as a temporary emergency measure during COVID, the Government later conducted a public consultation. Despite 70% of respondents (18,000 in total) urging it to “end immediately”, Parliament ignored this and voted to make them permanent.
Monthly consequences include:
- 550 women needing hospital treatment
- 250 women requiring surgery to remove baby or placenta remains
- 22 women treated for haemorrhage
- The tragic deaths of 9,400 babies
This is a public health emergency.Read more
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”
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
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
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
A healthcare plan rushed through Parliament in 2020 by Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, is responsible for the deaths of an estimated 46,0001 children, and serious health implications for thousands of women.
Justified by Government orders to “Stay at home, Protect the NHS and Save lives”, these dangerous measures have achieved the total opposite.
So what is Hancock's harmful healthcare and why is it so dangerous to women and children? Read on to find out.
123,000 DIY home abortions took place from April to June 2020. This figure is estimated to be the same for the next three months, July to September
Pauline Peachey from PASE (Post Abortion Support for Everyone) shares her views on this on Radio Times opposite Clare Murphy from Bpas.
The government has u-turned yet again under pressure from abortion providers using the Coronavirus crisis to legalise medical abortions at home with NO medical supervision! It is a fact that medical abortions have a fourfold increase in complications compared with surgical abortions so putting women using Tele-med abortions at home at even greater risk: