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Christian Concern: Students at a Welsh university have voted to ban the tradition of putting Bibles in their halls of residence in the name of ‘multiculturalism’.
The Christian Institute: Students at a Welsh university have voted to remove thousands of Bibles from halls of residence, in a move being described as “illiberal and intolerant”.
The Christian Institute: An end-of-life care expert has welcomed the rejection of assisted suicide in the Welsh Assembly.
The Christian Institute: Nearly 3,000 people have urged the Welsh Government to change medical guidelines, after a baby born less than two weeks before the legal abortion limit was left to die in hospital.
The Christian Institute: Smacking should not be banned in Wales because the vast majority of parents would be turned into criminals, a columnist has warned.
The Christian Institute: Offering free morning-after pills (MAPs) in Wales has had little impact on teenage pregnancy, a BBC documentary has revealed.
The Christian Institute: “The Welsh Assembly has announced that primary schools in Wales will not be forced to teach sex and relationship education (SRE) if they don’t want to. But the Welsh Assembly Government is set to inject yet more funding into its controversial sexual health programme.”
LifeNews: “The British pro-life group SPUC is saddened to learn that the proportion of recorded teenage pregnancies which end in registered abortions has increased in Wales. More than half of teenage conceptions in Wales end in abortion, new figures show. The figures show just under 60 percent of girls under 16 who become pregnant now have an abortion and 48 percent of girls under 18 do. That’s a rise from the 50 percent and 40 percent figures from one year ago for each category.”
The Christian Institute: “The Welsh Assembly Government wants to allow doctors to harvest organs from the dead without their consent. Supporters say it will result in more life-saving organ transplants, but critics say it treats human bodies like state property and may encourage a slippery definition of death.”