Tens of thousands assembled in Belfast on Friday night to protest Westminster’s imposition of abortion laws on Northern Ireland. 20,000 people came from all over the Province to join the NI Voiceless demonstration at the Stormont estate. In July, Parliament passed a law to allow the unregulated abortion of unborn children in Northern Ireland, unless the Executive is restored by 21 October. The Christian Institute’s Northern Ireland Officer Callum Webster said: “It is encouraging that so many members of the public attended to show that they value the lives of our unborn children. “The politicians should take note that the Northern Irish public are strongly opposed to the imposition of abortion here. “Approximately 100,000 people are alive today because Northern Ireland did not enact the 1967 Abortion Act. “By attending the demonstrations in such large numbers, local people have shown that they do not want the law to be changed.”