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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Abortion and law

The Glaswegian, comments box star, has sent a link to this very interesting review of a book which argues that any compromise in pro-life campaigning, particularly any support of a more restrictive law which still allows certain categories of children to be killed, is to support injustice. Compare the new Alive and Kicking Campaign, which is campaigning initially for the law to be made more restrictive. SPUC, however, will not countenance such an approach. The Catholic Herald (whose website still isn't up) has more on this; online the best thing I can find is some English Christian news website's thing about it.