March for Life in the UK, held over the weekend, enjoyed its biggest turnout to date.
According to police estimates, at least 7,000 people attended the march which processed through central London on Saturday.
This year’s March for Life took place under the banner of ’10 million too many’, a reference to the number of abortions that have been carried out in England and Wales since becoming legal in 1967.
The march ended at Parliament Square, where a line-up of speakers challenged the current limit of 24 weeks and abortion up to birth for disabilities.
Although there were some counter-protests held by pro-abortionists, these were “dwarfed” by the record turnout of pro-lifers, according to Right for Life UK, which attended the march.
Right To Life UK spokesperson, Catherine Robinson, said:…