Our roots stem from the ProLife Party (formerly and now known as the ProLife Alliance) which contested the 1997 and 2001 UK General Elections and the 2004 European Parliament election. The objective of the ProLife Party had been to use its party election broadcasts to show the truth about abortion to the British electorate. The BBC censored the broadcasts, thereby denying freedom of speech. The Party then decided to de-register as a political party in November 2004 and revert to its original name of the ProLife Alliance as it continues to pursue political campaigning.
The ProLife Party had a unique vision of a society in which ordinary men, women, children and families are protected and respected for their human dignity at every single stage and circumstance of life.
The ProLife Party aimed to offer the electorate the opportunity to reject the prevailing values of British society which cause enormous damage to unborn and born children, women who are mothers and those who are not, men who are fathers and those who are not, and young adults including those still at school.
Some of the Party members wished to continue to pursue the same aims and objectives of the ProLife Party, but with a much wider agenda which addressed the legitimate concerns of the people.
The central themes of the ProLife campaign – to inspire and to renew – are carried over to this initiative. Our new Party will be a people orientated organisation. It will be distinct, innovative and original.