announcement in early April that it would
receive a government grant to help vulnerable women in crisis.
LIFE said that the £250,000 sum would be
used to develop services including housing,
practical help, non-directive counselling and
life-skills training for pregnant and homeless
women. But the charity faced criticism from
campaigners and politicians, because
money was raised by tax on women’s sanitary
shouldn’t receive the grant as it campaigns
The Christian Institute
The High Court ruled on 30 March against
a man seeking to change the law on assisted
Noel Conway, 67, wants doctors to help
him commit suicide because of his terminal
illness. Pro-life group Care Not Killing welcomed the court’s decision: ‘The current laws
on assisted suicide … are simple and clear.
They exist to protect those who are sick, elderly, depressed, or disabled from feeling obliged
to end their lives.’
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