Events like March for Life are perfect examples of democratic Britain: we exert our right to assemble, our right to speak up, in the name of a most significant cause.
And with a growing push to decriminalise abortion until birth in the UK, there has never been a more significant time to stand up and be counted as those who want better for women and unborn babies.
I, for one, believe that the 200,000 lives lost to abortion each year in England & Wales is 200,000 too many. And with almost 1 in 5 women who have abortions doing so against their will, we can see there is a significant societal issue here that is leading too many women down this dangerous and heartbreaking path.
While the courts decide what to do with Isabel Vaughan-Spruce and Adam Smith-Connor’s so-called silent prayer ‘thoughtcrimes’ within abortion facility censorship zones, charity volunteer Isabel, continues with her position as Director of March for Life UK.
She has kindly invited me, alongside other pro-life advocates and women speaking out about their own experience of abortion, to speak in Parliament Square at the culmination of the march.
Will you stand up for the most vulnerable in our society on Saturday, September 2nd?