Society for the Protection of Unborn Children

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Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) is a pro-life organisation in the United Kingdom which opposes abortion, assisted suicide, some forms of birth control and same-sex marriage.[1][2]

Public statements[edit]

In 2008, it paid tribute to Cardinal Alfonso Lopez Trujillo on the occasion of the Cardinal's death.[3]

Tony Nicklinson right-to-die case[edit]

SPUC opposed locked-in syndrome sufferer Tony Nicklinson's legal battle for a right to assisted death.[4][5]

Marriage[edit]

SPUC opposes same-sex marriage.[6][7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Society for the Protection of Unborn Children: Aims
  2. ^ Society for the Protection of Unborn Children: Education: Morning-after pills
  3. ^ SPUC pays tribute to Cardinal López Trujillo
  4. ^ Tony Nicklinson loses High Court right-to-die case
  5. ^ Tony Nicklinson, Locked-In Sufferer, Sobs During BBC TV Interview After Losing High Court Right To Die Battle
  6. ^ Society for the Protection of Unborn Children: Aims
  7. ^ Fact: Gay Marriage Kills Babies
  8. ^ SPUC rebuts Vice and Goldacre

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