What do you get if …..

You combine the populations of Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chester, Derby, Durham, Edinburgh, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield, Swansea.

or ….

multiply by five the number of UK casualties in the two World Wars?

……

Horrifyingly (is that a word?) – the number of babies aborted in the UK since the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act.

If you’re not happy with that… – please think about signing the petition online here.

Some more stats from http://www.aliveandkicking.org:
The Tragic Loss of Life
UK law permits abortion of healthy babies up to 24 weeks. Babies suspected of having a disability can be aborted up to birth.
6,652,243 babies have lost their lives since the Abortion Act 1967. (1)
More than 10% of the entire UK population.
More than the combined populations of Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chester, Derby, Durham, Edinburgh, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield, Swansea.
5 times the UK casualties in two World Wars
More than 200,000 babies are aborted in Britain each year.
Yearly abortion figures have tripled since 1967 and continue to rise.
More than 600 babies are aborted every day.
More than 3000 a year are killed after 20 weeks.
Disabled babies can be aborted up to birth.
475 babies were aborted in 2006 for having Downs Syndrome. (1)
1. Statistical Bulletin, Abortion Statistics, England and Wales: 2006 and Scottish Health Statistics, ISD Scotland.

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