DATE : October 24, 2018 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Technician
Lynda Rose recently interviewed by Rodney Hearth of AirTV, speaking about ‘The way sex is being taught in schools’. Watch the full interview here. A1R Family Focus Television. Designed for Families ProgrammingREAD MORE
DATE : April 7, 2018 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Technician
On Monday July 3, the Government proudly announced a 75 point plan to improve the lives of gay people, eliminating discrimination and advancing ‘equality’. Citing a recent survey of gay people in the UK, the BBC stated, “LGBT hate incidents had been experienced by 40% of people in the survey, with more than nine in 10 of the most serious offences going unreported.” Seemingly, however, such even-handed treatment does not extend to Christians, who routinely in the UK today are being subjected to intolerance, harassment, and abuse – despite the fact that freedom of belief is enshrined in Art 9 of the Human Rights Act 1998, and is listed equally as a protected characteristic, alongside such characteristics as age, disability, sex and race, under the Equality Act 2010…READ MORE
DATE : March 24, 2018 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Technician
This petition was closed on 4th February 2020 with 6,250 Signatures.
Recent figures released by NHS Digital and reported in the national press reveal that in the past two years 10,593 contraceptive implants have been given to schoolgirls below the age of 15 – some even as young as 12 – without their parents’ knowledge or consent.READ MORE
DATE : March 3, 2018 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Technician
Reduce the time limit for abortion from 24 to 20 weeks!
In 1990 the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act lowered the legal time limit for abortion from 28 to 24 weeks, which was at the time the accepted point of viability – the time when the child was recognised as capable of independent existence outside the womb. Medical advances since that time mean that a baby born at 22 weeks has around a 10% chance of survival, 3.4% surviving without medical impairment.
Since 1967 over 9 million abortions have been performed in this country. Despite what was claimed when abortion was legalised in 1967, less than 2% of these have been for medical reasons, with a staggering 98% performed for what are euphemistically termed ‘social reasons’, meaning that, for whatever cause, the baby was simply unwanted.READ MORE
DATE : December 12, 2017 AUTHOR : Voice for Justice Technician
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