Alithea Williams has been heavily involved in the pro-life movement since her student days, and was a founding member of the Alliance of Pro-Life Students. She joined the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) as a communications officer in 2016, and is now combining her love of politics with pro-life work as campaigns and parliamentary research officer.
The companies that campaigned for pills-by-post are using the Carla Foster case to try to decriminalise abortion. But it won’t help women, says Alithea Williams, it only puts them in more danger
Bournemouth council wants to implement a buffer zone around abortion clinics, which would make prayer and reciting scripture a crime, says Alithea Williams
Why did the BBC recently remove references to the oldest pro-life campaign group in the world, asks Alithea Williams.