Abortion should be like contraception – abortion chief

Paralysed man walks after pioneering surgery

Buying sex to be outlawed, after historic NI vote

Scrapping adultery law ‘sad and reckless’

“She was compatible with life inside me”

Voters leaving us over same-sex marriage, says Tory MP

Cut abortion limit, says mother of 23-week baby

Hundreds gather in multi-faith ceremony to honor ‘hero’ British aid worker beheaded by ISIS

A pro-life “Doctor Who”?

Schools ‘could be sued’ under new regulations

Dr. Death opens an office in London

Britain warned, as euthanasia rate in the Netherlands soars

PM reaffirms support for same-sex marriage in BBC interview

The U.K.’s gloomy marriage forecast

British sex survey 2014: “the nation has lost some of its sexual swagger”

New Scientist: Three-parent babies are ‘ethically troubling’

State is ‘fake church’ imposing its own form of morality on all

UK survey looks at clash of belief and work responsibilities

‘My 24 week baby exposes horrifying abortion law’

CPS announces prosecution for assisted suicide

Redefining marriage was unnecessary – Farage

Disabled ‘edited out’ of assisted suicide debate

Clergyman in legal fight against C of E over same-sex marriage

Life, marriage, and family must be affirmed at UN General Assembly session

    Zenit: The General Assembly, fondly referred to as “the GA” by U.N. aficionados, is most known for bringing the leaders of the world together under one roof. But beyond this, the GA is responsible for the creation of several hundred documents outlining the position of Member States on a myriad of issues ranging from women’s rights to sustainable farming, and everything in between. Every year, a handful of these documents touch on controversial life and family issues. While the spotlight shines on the heads of state, the real excitement of the GA extends behind closed doors as country delegates battle over references to reproductive and sexual “rights.”

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Pro-life group banned from university freshers’ fayre

BBC faces criticism over assisted suicide drama

Pro-life clinic to rival private abortion service in Belfast

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Christian Aid calls for end to identity-based violence in Iraq and UK

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British Muslims join Islamic State terrorist army

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Politicians speak out against anti-Semitism

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My son has Down’s syndrome and I wouldn’t change a thing

Travelodge removes Bibles from its rooms

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‘Step forward’ for adult stem cell research

Government trying to ‘dupe the public’ over GM babies

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Almost 400,000 kids not living with both parents, stats reveal

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Male prisoners ‘exploiting’ transsexual policy

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UK broadband users reject porn filters, watchdog finds

BPAs criticised over ‘morning-after pills to new mums’ call

Marriage now gender-neutral in Chambers dictionary

Poll: Voters support Christian bakery

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Baroness Campbell’s speech on assisted suicide

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Assisted suicide strongly criticised in House of Lords

‘Assisted suicide bill would tell people they’re worthless’

Euthanasia case rejected by UK’s highest court

Disabled people ‘strongly oppose’ assisted suicide