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Top Abortion Activist: It’s Okay To Kill Baby Girls in Sex-Selection Abortions

Once again, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service has shown that it considers easy access to abortion to be more important than justice, the law, or even women themselves.  News emerged over the weekend that this UK-based, tax-funded organization has published a pamphlet entitled “Britain’s Abortion Law, What It Says and Why”.  One of the questions […]

UK abortion charity urges that ministers act to reduce avoidable birth defects

The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is urging the UK's health ministers to implement recommendations to fortify flour with the vitamin folic acid to reduce cases of neural tube defects (NTDs) like spina bifida and anencephaly in pregnancy. Show More Summary

Unwanted Pregnancies are the Result of Failed Contraceptive Measures

The British Pregnancy Advisory Service released statistical data which show that most women getting an abortion conceived while on contraceptive methods. This conclusion applies to women under 30 years of age, while older women conceived without any mean of contraception, as they believed they were already infertile. Show More Summary

Research shows women trying hard to avoid unwanted pregnancy

Most women experiencing unwanted pregnancy report they used a contraceptive at the time they conceived, data released by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) shows. Older women undergoing abortion were less likely to have used...Show More Summary

Contraception needed 3 weeks after giving birth, new mums warned

Fertility can return much more rapidly than many women assume after giving birth, and myths still abound about what contraception can and can't be used while breastfeeding. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) has developedShow More Summary

Large London, England Abortion Clinic to Close This Month

The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), one of the big abortion companies in England, is closing down its Bedford Square abortion facility in London. Local pro-life groups are celebrating the good news that one of BPAS’s main abortion facilities will close up shop this month. Claire Mccullogh of The Good Counsel Network informed LifeNews today [...]

Misinformation about the Contraceptive Protection Breastfeeding Offers Causes Rise in Unplanned Pregnancies in UK

According to information from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas), breastfeeding rates have risen in the UK. They say that initial breastfeeding rates have increased from 76 percent in 2005 to 81 percent in 2010; breastfeeding...Show More Summary

Some Silly British Women Think They Know Best When it Comes to Abortion

Are you sitting down? Because this disturbing news might send you over the edge into catatonic shock: the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, Britain's largest abortion provider, thinks women know best when it comes to their own reproductive health. Scandalous!! More »

Irish medical students are being trained to perform abortions by British Pregnancy Advisory Service

by Hilary White DUBLIN, January 18, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) – The UK’s busiest abortion organization is offering training sessions for Irish medical students who want to “observe the procedure.” Students can attend one-week externships to “witness how abortion procedures are carried out."…

Britain Launches Nationwide Pro-Choice Awareness Campaign; Anti-Choicers Predictably Freak Out [Roe V World]

Some British anti-choicers are in a huff because they think the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), Britain's largest abortion provider, is "capitalizing" on recent controversy over cuts to the time limit for abortion with their new nationwide awareness campaign. Show More Summary

Taking Motherhood 'Extremely Seriously'

The London Telegraph reports that more women — and older women — are having abortions due to financial concerns. Ann Furedi, the chief executive of the BPAS, formerly the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, said: “Financial circumstances often play a role in women’s decision-making when faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Keep reading this post...

Abortion clinic seeing thousands of copycat hacking attempts

Ever since a hacker was arrested for stealing 10,000 database records from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), the abortion clinic is now seeing thousands of copycat hacking attempts. A Special Offer From Our Sponsor Effect...Show More Summary

British Abortion Provider Targeted by Thousands of Copycat Hacking Attempts [Roe V World]

There have been over 2,500 "copycat" attempts to hack into the British Pregnancy Advisory Service's (BPAS) website since a member of Anonymous was arrested for stealing around 10,000 personal records off the site on March 9th. A spokesperson...Show More Summary

Anti-abortion hacker jailed for stealing 10,000 records

Anonymous member James Jeffery last month hacked into the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) and stole 10,000 database records. He has now been sentenced to 32 months in jail. A Special Offer From Our Sponsor Effect of UPS onShow More Summary

Extreme Anti-Abortion Protests Spread to UK, Causing Fears of an Abortion Provider Shortage [Roe]

Now that there are starting to be anti-abortion protests in England on par with what we've been experiencing in the United States for years, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) has issued statement saying that they're fearful...Show More Summary

Anti-Abortion Fervor Spreads to the U.K. [Roe V World]

In an example of globalism at its finest, anti-choice advocates across the Atlantic are using tried-and-true U.S. tactics to intimidate women seeking abortions. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service, the country's largest abortion provider,...Show More Summary

Anonymous hacks abortion clinic, steals 10,000 records

Anonymous member James Jeffery this week hacked into the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) and stole 10,000 database records. He was arrested the day he planned to release the data.

British Man Dispassionately Admits Hacking Abortion Provider’s Website [Hackers]

27-year-old alliterative hacker James Jeffery, of the West Midlands Jefferys, admitted to hacking the British Pregnancy Advisory Service website after his arrest on Thursday. Jeffery, thought to be a member of the hacking group Anonymous,...Show More Summary

Swift arrest made over family planning site hack

If proof were needed that members of Anonymous aren't all singing from the same hymn sheet, the news comes that a man claiming to belong to the group has hacked into the website of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS). read more

Activist hacks into abortion clinic's website and threatens to release 'database of contacts'

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An activist claims to have hacked into the website of Britain’s largest abortion clinic. He claims to have the ‘entire database and contact details’ of women who had contacted the British Pregnancy Advisory Service and warned that information...Show More Summary

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