BREAKING: UK govt to vote on permanently allowing women to abort pre-born babies at home

LONDON, July 6, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Politicians in Westminster will vote tonight on whether to permanently allow women to commit abortions at home by means of abortion pills.

On March 30, the Westminster government authorized women in England to kill their preborn children at home by using pills for a chemical early abortion.  A government spokesperson from the Department of Health and Social Care said that the change was being made on a temporary basis only and is time-limited for two years, or until the coronavirus crisis is over. It was the third time the abortion law had changed in the space of a week; the government had first announced the change and then reversed the decision within 24 hours.

In May, UK police began investigations following the death of a 28-week-old unborn baby after the mother of the baby took abortions pills sent in the post by the UK’s leading abortion group, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS).

This weekend, an undercover investigation by Christian Concern exposed that UK abortion providers sent pills to every member of a volunteer ‘mystery client’ group who all provided false details when ordering the deadly pills over the phone. One of the undercover

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