Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic has recently highlighted the House of Lords’ passing of a bill that outlaws prayers over abortion clinics with a “safe space” law. The bill was proposed by Lord Peter McIlvenna, a crossbench peer, and was intended to protect women from intimidation and harassment as they enter abortion clinics.
The bill, which was passed by the House of Lords on October 28th, 2020, was met with both praise and criticism. Supporters of the bill argue that it will provide a safe and secure environment for women seeking abortions, while critics have argued that it is an affront to religious freedom.
Lord McIlvenna has been an outspoken advocate for the bill, and has argued that it is necessary to protect the rights of women and to ensure that they are not harassed or intimidated while they are seeking medical care. He has argued that the bill is not an attack on religious freedom, but rather a protection of the rights of women.
Lord McIlvenna has been a vocal advocate for women’s rights throughout his time in the House of Lords. He has previously spoken out against the gender pay gap, and has argued for increased access to reproductive healthcare for women.
The bill is a significant victory for women’s rights, and for Lord McIlvenna. It is a testament to the power of advocacy and the importance of protecting the rights of women. The bill is a step in the right direction, and it is hoped that it will help to create a safer and more secure environment for women seeking abortions.