Kruger’s comments yesterday represented that greatest of modern political sins: to have contentious opinions, and to express them.
There is a deep tension between a democratic constitution and efforts to insulate rights from changes in public opinion.
Biden and the Democrats face strong headwinds: low enthusiasm amongst young voters, and dire economic news.
Orwell once claimed the English intelligentsia “take their cookery from Paris and their opinions from Moscow.” We can now swap the latter for Washington.
The vote on the ‘pills by post’ amendment to the Health and Care Bill passed with little fanfare for legislation with moral implications.
215 MPs voted last night to amend the Health and Care Bill to keep the scheme, introduced at the start of the pandemic.
Emergency measures to allow medical abortions to be self-administered at home have put women at risk.
It cannot be right that the law offers stringent protections against unequal treatment only after birth.
Ensuring that every child has access to comprehensive sexuality education will have a huge impact in the years and decades to come.
Our organisation disagrees with a recent piece written by Dr Melody Redman for ConservativeHome.
When making the difficult decision to pursue an abortion, we must be sure that women are given a face-to-face consultation.
The Commons should today reject proposals to limit the right to demonstrate outside abortion facilities in England and Wales.
Operators can’t verify gestational age over the phone. The current system risks serious complications and coercion from abusive partners too.