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Sign the letter calling on MPs to reject NI abortion regulations

5 June 2020

MPs at Westminster are expected to debate the Northern Ireland abortion regulations on Monday 8 June with the vote happening soon after. Peers will debate and vote on the regulations, probably on 15 June.

Northern Irish MP Carla Lockhart MP and Northern Irish Peer Baroness O'Loan have launched an open letter to MPs and Peers from England, Scotland and Wales, asking them to reject the regulations.

The letter asks British MPs and Peers to respect the views of the people of Northern Ireland and not impose on them extreme and unwanted abortion laws that will, amongst other things, introduce abortion on demand to 24 weeks and up to birth for disabilities.

Make your voice heard: sign the letter

Ms Lockhart and Baroness O'Loan are asking people who live in Northern Ireland to sign the open the letter. Our friends at Right to Life UK have made it easy to add your name to the letter.

If you live in Northern Ireland sign the open letter today and send a message to Westminster

Help us save lives

Please don't forget to ask your MP to vote against the regulations when they're put before the House of Commons.

Ask your MP to vote against the extreme abortion laws that will harm, not help women and babies.



In any pregnancy, both the woman and preborn baby have inherent value and dignity, by virtue of being made in the image of God. CARE is passionately pro-woman and pro-life.

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