Marie Stopes International London West (Ealing) is the third busiest abortion centre in the United Kingdom. According to the 2016 figures, there were 6,484 abortions, 110 of which were over 20 weeks gestation. Only 7 out of 198 nations allow elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Other countries do allow abortions without restriction as to reason.
Marie Stopes (the woman) was a eugenicist who wrote love letters to Adolf Hitler. The organisation she founded now performs 3 million abortions a year and is present in 37 countries around the world.
In 2012, an Irish woman called Aisha Chitira, 32 (http://dailym.ai/28YXSSX), died in a taxi after having an abortion in Ealing. Dr Adedayo Adedeji, Gemma Pullen and Margaret Miller were charged and then acquitted of manslaughter.
In December 2011, Ghanian Doctor Dr Phanuel Dartney (http://dailym.ai/2yfAQ9s) was struck off the General Medical Register in Britain for almost killing an Irish woman after performing a botched abortion in Ealing. He left parts of the foetus inside her which led to her suffering a perforated uterus after he performed an abortion. The woman returned home and was later taken to hospital where she remained on the critical list for two months. The same Doctor was also accused of performing botching laser surgery on five other women to revolutionise their sex lives. The disciplinary panel of the General Medical Council said he posed a risk to the public by engaging in medical malpractice and dishonesty.
During Lent 2013, 4 ambulances visited the abortion centre to deal with woman who had been injured by the abortion procedure. During that time, 23 women changed their mind and did not go for an abortion. Other testimonies from patients have shown family members forcing women into abortions without their consent. One woman jumped over the wall of the abortion centre to escape a family determined for her abortion.
Marie Stopes has recently come under the scrutiny by the Care Quality Commission (http://bit.ly/2gvy0U4), a regulator who uncovered a catalogue of failings in centres all around the country. The report said they failed to ensure rules on consent were followed, while a succession of abortions were left in open waste bins, bulk signing of consent forms and management issues cause the CQC to suspect all activities in Marie Stopes Norwich. Another damning report shows how staff received bonuses at Marie Stopes. (http://dailym.ai/2xRSOLv).
The building of Marie Stopes Ealing, 87 Mattock Lane, used to be a Christian house of healing. There is a plaque to St Michael the Archangel still attached to the wall. It was originally owned by Miss Dorothy Kerin whose constant motto was “Where God guides, God provides” owned the building until 1948. The house opened as a home of spiritual healing in 1929 and was called Chapel House. A weekly healing service was held in the building once a week. It is reported that many people were healed, and when physical healing did not take place, sufferers benefitted from tranquility taking the place of anxiety. Dorothy Kerin moved in 1948, to Burrswood, a mansion in the Kent countryside, where a Christian healing hospital exists to this day. Dorothy legally adopted one baby girl, and then eight other orphaned girls, and despite financial difficulty, God poured blessings on them. Dorothy died in 1963.
Peaceful, prayerful and legal vigils have been organised outside Ealing for 23 years. Many woman have thanks to offers of help, offered to keep their children. Please see their testimonies here: http://bit.ly/2yFU1dw; Woman who chose life at vigil: http://bit.ly/2kKyQB5