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Austen Ivereigh

Austen Ivereigh | 7 posts | Member since 12.21.07

Opinion > Politics

Abortion in Britain: The Case for a New Approach

Posted on 05.22.08 | Not Rated

Abortion in Britain: The Case for a New Approach Britain’s lawmakers have voted to extend scientific research on embryos to allow the mixing of human and animal egg and sperm, to allow lesbians to create children through IVF without the need for a father, and against lowering the 24-week legal limit for abortions The promises of brave-new-world cures for diseases swung Members of Parliament… READ MORE >


Opinion > Science/Tech

Emancipate the Embryo! Britain set to enter ‘brave new world’

Posted on 05.16.08 | Rating: 5

Emancipate the Embryo! Britain set to enter ‘brave new world’ British Members of Parliament must decide this month on a vast range of ethical issues contained in the Labour Government’s most far-reaching shake-up of fertility and embryology legislation in almost 20 years. The awesomely complex ethical issues raised by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology (HFE) Bill will be hotly contested when its… READ MORE >


Opinion > Issues

Defending the Archbishop: It’s All in the Details

Posted on 02.11.08 | Not Rated

Defending the Archbishop: It’s All in the Details My defense of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s proposals for Britain to accommodate sharia law omitted to mention that the devil is in the detail, as an excellent Reuters report points out, and as Dr. Williams himself indicated. But the recent press, calming now after the storm, confirms the point I was making: as Tom Heneghan, religion… READ MORE >


Opinion > Issues

Why the Bearded One is Right about Sharia Law

Posted on 02.08.08 | Rating: 1

Why the Bearded One is Right about Sharia Law Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, is an unusually courageous and thoughtful man, one of the few leaders in Britain willing to risk public outrage in order to point up uncomfortable truths. His lecture yesterday in the Royal Courts of Justice was exactly what is needed in the UK now: a challenge to the Positivism which is in gradual… READ MORE >


Opinion > Issues

Catholic Bishops in England and Wales take on secularism

Posted on 12.17.07 | Rating: 4

Catholic Bishops in England and Wales take on secularism The Catholic Church in England and Wales is moving into political high gear. On Wednesday last week Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor hosted a meeting of 25 Catholic MPs in preparation for the forthcoming parliamentary battle over the Human Fertilization and Embryology Bill – provoking the ire of secularists. “The church is at it again,”… READ MORE >


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