This is the most important decision you will ever make

10 million children dead since 1967. Isn't it time to say, "Enough!" We think so. Do you?

If your answer to that question is yes then we would ask you to seriously consider the pledge below and the difficulties that may come your way if you choose to sign it. Like Wilberforce, should you decide to call for the abolition of evil, you will be derided and vilified by people across the house.

History, however, will view you differently,

Preborn children in the UK are waiting for their Wilberforce. Will it be you?

The Wilberforce Pledge

As a legislator I affirm that:

  • human life begins at the moment of fertilisation.
  • all humans are created in God's image by, through, and for Jesus to the glory of God, and all souls belong to Him.
  • as God's image-bearers, all humans both display His divine worth, power, and attributes, and possess equal, objective worth before God, not varying on the basis of incidental characteristics; such as ethnicity, age, size, means of conception, mental development, physical development, gender, potential, or contribution to society.
  • the laws of our land should apply equally to all human beings from conception to natural death.
  • the murder of an innocent human, regardless of their ethnicity, age, size, means of conception, mental development, physical development, gender, potential, or contribution to society, is a crime against humanity that must be punished equally under the law.
  • any power that I have as an elected representative has been ordained by God and, given His supremacy over all thing, my role is to uphold justice and righteousness through the creation of laws that reflect the standards laid out in God's Law and His Word.

I therefore pledge to:

  • follow in the footsteps of William Wilberforce and those who brought an end to the slave trade by working relentlessly to see the total and immediate abolition of abortion without exception or compromise.
  • continuously bring bills of equal protection to Westminster at every possible opportunity until all human beings are equally protected under the law or my time as an MP has come to an end.
  • vote against and stand publically against all Dundas style Bills and amendments that seek to incrementally change abortion laws by creating regulatory guidelines for when, where, why, and how to obtain legal abortion of innocent preborn children, thereby legally sanctioning abortion.

Next steps

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  • Learn more about abolitionism as well as the theology and history that underpin it by clicking here.
  • Read our answers to some of the common exceptions that pro-life legislation seeks to insert into the law below.
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Frequently asked questions

1 . What about the child conceived in rape? Abolitionism could be described as upholding justice for the fatherless. No one is more fatherless than the child conceived in rape. This is probably the most vulnerable group of human beings on the planet. A law which allows for abortion in this situation is a thoroughly iniquitous decree which makes the fatherless prey (See Isaiah 1:16-17; 10:1-2). The law must prohibit the execution of the child for the crime of his or her father.

The UK has a disgracefully low conviction rate for rape ofences. In November 2020 statistics published by the Public Prosecution Service showed that only 3% of all rape cases passed to them lead to a conviction.

Abortion protects rapists and allows them to continue offending. The role of the Government is to wield the sword of justice and to tutor society through the law. The criminal justice system must provide a strong deterrent to rape through stringent application of the law.
2 . What about the child with a disability? Regarding physical or genetic abnormalities, the fact that a child might have a shorter or more difficult life does not justify the right to murder them. This exception for abortion is so facially evil, absurd, and heartless toward the preborn child as well as born people with disabilities that it's hard to believe anyone makes it.

Parents facing a difficult diagnosis must be supported through their pregnancy and their child should be treated equal to all others. Abortion is not the solution to the situation they face.
3. What about the child whose mother is in danger? The Dublin Declaration is a document signed by over 1,000 medical professionals who state that abortion is never medically necessary to save the life of the mother. They say: “As experienced practitioners and researchers in obstetrics and gynaecology, we affirm that direct abortion - the purposeful destruction of the unborn child - is not medically necessary to save the life of a woman.”

There are instances where medical treatment is necessary to save the life of the mother. These treatments, such as chemotherapy, are fundamentally different to abortion, even if such treatments endanger the life of the unborn child.

Regarding situations where the life of the mother is in immediate jeopardy, there is no circumstance where the baby must be intentionally murdered. There are cases where the child must be delivered early, and in those cases, the child may have a lower probability of survival than a child born at full-term, but intentional murder must not be allowed as an option. Doctors must be healers, not killers.

An extreme case of this is an ectopic pregnancy where the embryo has embedded in the fallopian tube of the woman. While most of these cases result in miscarriage it is sometimes necessary to intervene in these instances by delivering the child at an extremely early stage of the pregnancy where survival is impossible. Treatment for an ectopic pregnancy is not an abortion and it is wrong for the pro life industry to label it as such to the detriment of grieving mothers and fathers who have found themselves in this situation.
4 . Will abolition result in women being imprisoned for having an abortion? Proverbs 20:10 tells us that ‘Unequal weights and unequal measures are both alike an abomination to the LORD.’

God demands that all human beings are protected equally by the law. Abolition quite simply takes the laws against murder and applies them equally to all human beings.

As with all suspected murders any breach of the law must be investigated fairly by the relevant authorities and all parties involved shoule face a fair trial, including the opportunity to present mitigating circumstances.

Rather than criminalising women, abolition protects women. Currently, men who force a woman to have an abortion face almost no possibility of prosecution of any crime. In an instance of forced abortion the woman would face no liability at all but the man may be faced with very serious charges. This is likely to decrease the number of abortions occuring due to coercive control.