On Thursday 8th June... VOTE PRO-LIFE
Make your vote count for unborn babies
On your ballot paper, mark an “X” beside ONE pro‑life candidate of your choice.
But DO NOT mark an “X” beside a pro‑abortion candidate!
To protect the most vulnerable in society you must act now
Before you vote in the Westminster Election on Thursday 8th June, inform yourself about where the candidates in your constituency stand on the abortion issue. If they cannot promise to defend the right to life of unborn children in all circumstances, they cannot be considered a suitable candidate for Westminster, no matter how appealing their other policies may be. If a candidate is unwilling to protect the life of a little unborn baby, how can he or she respect your value and dignity as a human being? Without the right to life - all other rights are meaningless.
We urge you, your family and friends to contact the candidates by phone, email, Facebook, Twitter or by visiting their constituency office with one question:
“If elected, will you defend the right to life of all unborn children?”
You can also help protect the lives of our unborn children by distributing more of these leaflets in your area. For more leaflets, or further information about the candidates in your constituency, please contact Precious Life on 028 9027 8484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to www.preciouslife.com
Guide to the Political Parties’ views on abortion
Alliance Party: In 2016, Trevor Lunn and Stewart Dickson, Alliance MLAs for Lagan Valley and East Antrim, proposed amendments in the Assembly to legalise abortion of unborn babies with life-limiting disabilities, right up to the moment of birth. Party leader Naomi Long stated that all current Alliance MLAs support a change in the law in these circumstances. David Ford, MLA for South Antrim resubmited his 'up-to-birth Abortion Bill' when he was re-elected to the NI Assembly in March 2017. Contact 028 9032 4274 or email email@example.com
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP): The DUP states it is a pro-life party and has made clear that it has “stood by its commitment to family values and marriage and will continue to do so”. The DUP has also pledged to establish perinatal hospice care in Northern Ireland for parents whose unborn babies have been diagnosed with life-limiting disabilities. Contact 028 9065 4479 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Party: This Party supports the introduction of abortion-on-demand, right up to the moment of birth. Clare Bailey, candidate for South Belfast, volunteers as a ‘Marie Stopes escort’, marching women in crisis pregnancies out of the Marie Stopes abortion referral centre and aggressively obstructing the pro-life counsellors who are offering women valuable information and support. Contact 028 9145 9110 or email email@example.com
NI Conservatives: The Party is in favour of legalising abortion in line with the rest of the UK. Contact 028 9031 5124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
People Before Profit: The Party supports the introduction of abortion-on-demand, right up to the moment of birth. Party members also work alongside pro-abortion activist groups. Former MLA, Eamonn McCann, has admitted to helping women obtain dangerous illegal abortion drugs. Contact 07927688875 or email email@example.com
Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP): The Party states, “The SDLP is a pro-life Party with a long standing and consistent position on the protection of the life of the unborn child [...] the SDLP is opposed to abortion and to any extension of the Abortion Act 1967 to Northern Ireland.” Contact 028 9024 7700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sinn Féin: In 2015, the Party updated their policy to allow abortion of babies with life-limiting disabilities, right up to the moment of birth. In 2016 they voted in the Assembly to change the law to legalise abortion in these circumstances. Contact 028 9034 7350 or email email@example.com
Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV): The TUV states that the Party is solidly pro-life and will continue to oppose any change in the law. Contact 028 90521461 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ulster Unionist Party (UUP): The Party is divided on abortion. Some members are pro-life and some are pro-abortion. For individual candidates’ views on abortion, contact 028 9047 4630 or email email@example.com
Independents and other Parties: For information on Independent Candidates’ and other Parties’ views on abortion, please contact Precious Life on 028 90278484 or click on www.preciouslife.com for the latest updates.
For a full list of candidates, click here: http://preciouslife.com/campaigns/89/candidates-for-westminster-elections-2017/