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It would be easy to miss the significance of what happened last night in the House of Commons in respect to the Domestic Abuse Bill. For one thing, a vital piece of legislation has moved a step closer to becoming law. The DAB is a much needed piece of legislation. It addresses issues that are not currently dealt with by legislation. It will provide support for victims of domestic violence, create new offences and send a message that domestic abuse will not be tolerated. This matters enormously because of who we are. Humans are not objects to be subjected to coercion or abuse. We are image bearers of God and crowned with glory and honour.Keep reading
An attempt to change the law to legalise dangerous home abortions on a permanent basis has been halted after the MP who tabled the amendment to achieve this end withdrew the amendment at the last moment.Keep reading
Later today, MPs will vote on whether to allow women to take both abortion pills at home even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.Keep reading