In 2018 in the UK there were 657,076 live births in England and Wales (https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/livebirths/ datasets/birthsummarytables). In the same period there were 205,295 abortions (https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment _data/file/808556/Abortion_Statistics__England_and_Wales_2018__1). Taken together, this means that one in four pregnancies ended last year in abortion. So why, one wonders, are abortion activists so intent on making abortion legal up to birth? Are there not […]
Last week, Spanish scientists claimed to have created the first human/monkey hybrid, in a laboratory in China (https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/human-monkey-hybrid-china-organ-transplant-stem-cells-embryo-a9037506.html). The experiment was, they say, stopped before the embryo was old enough to be born – but they claim it was viable and could potentially have been born. By way of justification, they say their long-term aim is to […]
In November 2016, counsellor and therapist James Caspian applied to Bath Spa University to begin research into the numbers of transgendered people who subsequently regretted and sought to reverse the surgery they had undergone as part of their gender transitioning treatment. He had been working as a therapist with transgendered people for over a decade, and […]
Parent Power is a group of parents and educators who believe that the primary responsibility for the education of children rests with their parents. We share the concern that government education policies are overriding parental rights and are adversely affecting the development, safety and well-being of the nation’s children and young people.
On Tuesday, 11th September, the Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group, chaired by Sir Jeffrey Donaldson MP, and jointly Convened by Revd Lynda Rose, CEO of VfJUK, and Robert Harris, launched its Report on Relationships and Sex Education: The Way Forward. The Report is in response to the public consultation on Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), due to close on November 7.