The UK’s new PM has voted pro-life
After the Brexit vote in Great Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron resigned and was replaced by Theresa May. She is the second woman appointed to the position, following the legendary Margaret Thatcher. ITV said she “has earned a reputation as a tough and experienced political operator with a thick skin and traditional conservative views…”
The new prime minister has a history of voting with the pro-life lobby, according to the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC). Paul Tully, their General Secretary, points out that she has so voted on issues of embryo research, sex-selective abortion, and assisted suicide. Possible negatives include speaking in support of mandatory sex education.
SPUC said that “Pro-lifers will continue to watch as the new government continues to take shape and ministerial appointments are announced.”