Attempts to make gay people straight could become
illegal in Britain under a proposal to be revealed by the government next week. We called on the government to
consider banning these therapies last year, so we will monitor the announcement closely.
A terminally-ill man who wants to be helped to die has lost his legal
challenge at the Court of Appeal.
A decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home in Wales has been welcomed
as a "significant" move.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has examined
comments by a retired archbishop who claimed child abuse survivors were motivated by a "pot of gold" and referred to them as "the opposition".
The Isle of Man's Legislative Council has approved a bill to reform its abortion
laws, despite opposition from a bishop. The bill will now return to the lower chamber, the House of Keys, for approval.
Glasgow City Council has debated a measure to implement buffer zones around abortion
and other health care clinics.
Justice Anthony Kennedy's decision to retire from the US Supreme Court could signal a reversal of US abortion laws.
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