1967 Abortion Act

On the 50th anniversary of legal abortion, let us resolve that no amount of discomfort will prevent us from defending the unborn

The actual practice of abortion clinics is far more permissive than politicians will admit

The failures of Marie Stopes only illustrate wider problems in the abortion industry

Abortion can seem impossible to overcome. But so did communism

Bill introduced by Conservative peer Lord Shinkwin would end the abortion up to birth of disabled babies

A Bill seeking to ban the practice is not being supported by the Government – so MPs will have to fight for it

Where are the feminists up in arms against the killing of unborn children just for being girls?