“Fake news” driven

The media has been flooded with misleading phrases such as
‘harassment’ or ‘abuse’ intended to mischaracterise the true nature of vigils.

Yet when a BPAS spokeswoman was asked by the Home Affairs Select Committee about previous police intervention, she was unable to cite a single credible charge against a vigil member in over five years.

In Ealing, for example, vigils have taken place for over 20 years without a single arrest or prosecution, and yet the council is considering a draconian censorship zone.

Pro-life vigils are constantly monitored by cameras, watched by abortion providers and have been under intense media scrutiny in recent years, including undercover investigation, and yet there is no incriminating evidence of harassment forthcoming.