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CARE speaks out about latest rise in abortion figures

14th Jun 2019
James Mildred

On Thursday 13 June, the Department of Health and Social Care published the latest abortion statistics for England and Wales.

CARE defends NI’s life-affirming abortion law on BBC

25th Apr 2019
James Mildred

After the Women and Equalities Committee at Westminster published its report into abortion law in NI, recommending MPs bypass devolution to change the law in cases of fatal foetal abnormality, CARE has defended NI’s life-affirming laws on the BBC.

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Assisted suicide is start of a slippery slope, CARE for Scotland warns

23rd Apr 2019
James Mildred

CARE for Scotland has warned that legalising assisted suicide would be the start of a slippery slope, with unintended and damaging consequences for society.

CARE speaks out about new divorce law proposals

10th Apr 2019
James Mildred

This week the Government said it was pushing ahead with plans to radically shake-up divorce law in England and Wales by introducing no-fault divorce.

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CARE gets UK-wide press coverage on toxic gambling machine stake reduction

4th Apr 2019
Rachael Adams

CARE has been working with MPs from across the House as well as other charities to campaign for the stake on Fixed Odds Betting Machines (FOBTs) to be reduced from £100 to just £2.

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Tim Martin: All human beings are fearfully and wonderfully made

23rd Jan 2019
Rachael Adams

Tim Martin, Director of CARE in NI, speaks to Paul Hammond at UCB on the new campaign that CARE in NI have launched that celebrates the value of all human life.

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CARE shares concerns over new assisted suicide vote

17th Jan 2019
Rachael Adams

The RCP is to poll its 35,000 members and fellows next month on whether or not there should be a change in the law to permit assisted suicide. It will also ask its members whether they would personally take part in an assisted suicide.

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CARE highlights need for gambling law reform in NI on BBC radio

8th Jan 2019
Rachael Adams

Problem gambling is a big issue across Northern Ireland with four times as many problem gamblers as in England. Yesterday Belfast City Council held a debate on problem gambling and the shocking lack of support for gambling addicts.

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CARE welcomes live sports gambling ads ban on BBC Radio Derby

11th Dec 2018
Rachael Adams

CARE's UK Director Gareth Davies speak to BBC Radio Derby about the Remote Gambling Association's decision to ban betting adverts around live sporting events. The Remote Gambling Association (RGA) which includes major gambling firms like Paddy P

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CARE speaks out on FOBTs delay

8th Nov 2018
Rachael Adams

After the Government’s announcement in the Budget that the Treasury would be delaying the cut to Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) until next year, there was immediate backlash from MPs from all parties and Sports Minister MP Tracey Crouch resigne

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CARE challenges narrative that abortion is the only way

5th Nov 2018
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach, CARE CEO defends crisis pregnancy centres in the Telegraph. An investigation by the Sunday Telegraph found that Google Maps were leading women to crisis pregnancy centres that offered other options apart from abortion.

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Dr Gordon Macdonald in the Scotsman: assisted suicide and euthanasia should not be promoted

8th Oct 2018
Rachael Adams

CARE for Scotland's Parliamentary Officer Dr Gordon Macdonald writes for the Scotsman about the dangers of legalising assisted suicide and euthanasia.

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