The article linked below included factual errors and false accusations about our work, which we are highlighting and correcting in this post.
Stella Creasy: ‘When did we agree that motherhood had to be a struggle?’ by Rosamund Urwin was recently published in The Sunday Times on 16th January 2022.
Whilst in the statements made by Stella Creasy we are not specifically named, we are the activists behind the campaign she refers to, and our billboard banner along with our brand name is printed directly in between these statements of defamation about our campaign in Creasy’s constituency.Read more
"What are we doing that bothers you?"
This question is put to prisoners of war to find out which activities are actually being effective.
For those whose concern is winning the war, the question is not, "What are we doing that folks back home will understand and appreciate?" The question is not, "What are we doing that those funding us are into?" The question is not, "What are we doing that doesn't provoke too much of a backlash, so that we can live peaceably enough alongside those on the other side - since we can never win anyway?"
The question is: "What are we doing that bothers you?"Read more
CBR UK's #StopStella campaign has received a flood of media interest. Most articles reflect the mainstream media's bias towards supporting abortion and repeat the false allegations which Stella Creasy keeps repeating in the media. But they make for an interesting read nonetheless.
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We will add to our media archive as new articles are published, so check back soon.
MP Stella Creasy, in an attempt to divert attention from what she is legislating, is attempting to mischaracterise our volunteers and our work.
She accuses CBR UK of targeting and harassing her with the language and images we use.
She has also falsely claimed that we are somehow connected to individuals who have committed acts of violence. This is a dishonest and a disingenuous claim, as she knows perfectly well that we take a very clear anti-violence policy.
Ruth Rawlins refutes some of the false allegations made by Stella Creasy MP for Walthamstow.
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MP Stella Creasy makes false allegations about CBR UK on BBC Politics Live, 4th October 2019. Claiming that the group are "connected to organisations around the world who have radicalised people to the point they’ve taken violence to people they disagree with."
Stella Creasy also calls the 9-week living fetus image "graphic and it’s scientifically incorrect", claiming that "a baby at 9 weeks is like the size of a poppy seed, it’s tiny....I would listen to the professionals on these things!"
"Why is it graphic?" asks the Telegraph's Tim Stanley, referring to the anti-abortion poster in Stella Creasy's constituency, "the image of a foetus that was on the poster, is simply an image of a foetus".
Pro-abortion Member of Parliament Stella Creasy has praised council officials who vandalised a pro-life display while local police officers stood by refusing to intervene and halt the destruction of private property.
Waltham Forest Borough Council officials in East London surrounded Christian Hacking, a pro-lifer in a wheel chair, on Thursday morning in Walthamstow Town Centre.
The officials demanded that the pro-lifers remove banners showing a picture of local pro-abortion Member of Parliament (MP) Stella Creasy next to the image of a 24-week aborted foetus.Read more
Ruth speaks to BBC London News on why we are calling Stella Creasy to account using 9-week living fetus image on large billboard in her constituency. Members of the public comment that it should have been left up, giving women a chance to see what a living fetus looks like before they chose abortion.
Listen as Ruth explains on BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour, the reasoning behind targetting Stella Creasy MP of Walthamstow, in our new campaign.