BBC feature on 40 Days for Life

The abortion industry has spent a lot of time (and money) attacking freedom of speech – and England is going along with it.

There is a huge push in the UK to pass “buffer zones” … areas in which free speech is limited — but only for those with pro-life views.

The BBC just did a feature on 40 Days for Life and – unlike most of the “fake news” coverage we get in Britain – we had a chance to fairly present the truth about 40 Days for Life.

The report showed how the British abortion industry is determined to do whatever is necessary to shut down peaceful pro-life public witness.

In a number of locations, abortion facilities are asking for buffer zones outside their doors. Their spokesmen are telling tales of intimidation – assertions that 40 Days for Life leaders categorically deny.


John Edwards, the courageous leader of the Nottingham 40 Days for Life campaign, was prominently featured in the story.

At one point, an injunction was slapped on John, forbidding him from praying outside the Nottingham hospital where abortions take place. That injunction was eventually overturned by a judge who found no legal basis for that order.

We cover how the media portrays pro-life people — and give both good and bad examples — in this new episode of the 40 Days for Life podcast.

This should encourage you to use your freedom of speech by considering leading a 40 Days for Life campaign where you live.

Applications to lead a campaign from September 26 to November 4 will open on June 1.