Tag: Human Fertilisation And Embryology

Why I’m Voting Conservative

There is one simple reason why I’m not just voting Conservative tomorrow but actually working hard to help elect an MP near to where I live. Here he is: This is the last “official” picture of Zachary. He died around

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Children versus Identity Politics

Another brilliant piece from CentreRight on today’s vote in the Commons. And so the votes begin on the Human Fertilisation and Embryology bill. Feelings are riding high on many issues – from abortion rights to stem-cell research – as well

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Rowan opposes the Embryology Bill

Now the Archbishop of Canterbury steps in to highlight the problems with mixing DNA. Dr Williams attacked proposals in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill which could open the door to research into hybrid embryos and which would remove the

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Embryology – Now the Church of England gets stuck in

Good to read this morning that Tom Wright, the Bishop of Durham, used his Easter sermon to attack the Government’s new obscene Bill on embryology and fertility. In his Easter Sunday message, given at Durham Cathedral, Rt Rev Tom Wright

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