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England, 100 pounds for the right to life
ABORTION

England, 100 pounds for the right to life

The trial of Adam Smith-Connor, who refuses to pay a fine for praying silently in front of an abortion clinic, has been adjourned until January. But the law establishing buffer zones around abortion clinics is at stake.


British government thinks again, “silent prayer is not unlawful”
ABORTION

British government thinks again, “silent prayer is not unlawful”

In a letter to the police forces, British Home Secretary, Suella Braverman clarifies, among other things, that silent prayer near abortion clinics cannot be cause for arrests. But the fundamental problem remains: the strict restrictions around clinics prevent acts of charity


UK democracy “on trial”: ex-soldier challenges “thought-police” on abortion
INTERVIEW / ADAM SMITH-CONNOR

UK democracy “on trial”: ex-soldier challenges “thought-police” on abortion

Adam Smith-Connor fought for freedom in Afghanistan, and is now being prosecuted in England for praying in silence for his aborted son near an abortion clinic. Mr Smith-Connor explains to the Daily Compass why his conversion to Christianity prompted a battle to defend life and freedom of thought in his home country.