Victory in the United Kingdom

Pro-lifers achieved a big victory in England. The High Court of the UK ruled against dropping protections for women who take RU 486. The abortion industry wanted to send women home with the abortion pill. Normally they’re required to stay at the abortion mill until the abortion’s completed. Chemical abortions often have serious complications. They’re notorious for not completing the abortion. This results in ongoing bleeding and a high risk of infection. If pro-abortion activists had prevailed, young girls, at home alone, wouldn’t know when the pain and bleeding was so great they should seek emergency medical treatment. This would’ve put women in danger, not to mention the innocent baby who’s killed. Considering the hostile environment for unborn babies in the UK, we truly thank God for this victory.

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