May 18th 2018

On Friday May 18th, London Irish United For Life (LIUFL) will take part in a ‘Rallying Cry for a “No” vote in the Irish Abortion Referendum.

We will meet at The Scoop, Queen’s Walk SE12DB for 7pm. There will be a photoshoot with our banner on Tower Bridge. We are expecting to have support from lots of Irish people living in London and from others who are in favour of keeping the right to life of the unborn in the Irish Constitution.

This will be a huge show of solidarity with the #savethe8th #loveboth movement in Ireland one week before the referendum on May 25th.

‘London Irish United For Life’ is a group of Irish people living in Britain working to raise awareness among the Irish community in the UK of the importance of saving the 8th Amendment. We encourage eligible Irish citizens in the UK to return home and vote No to removing the 8th Amendment in the referendum. Our ‘Home to Vote No’ campaign has involved placing ads in Irish community papers, handing out leaflets at Irish sporting & cultural events, and liaising with university pro-life societies.


LIUFL’s spokeswoman Ms Laoise Ní Dhubhrosa: “We’re trying to save the 8th Amendment in the Irish Constitution that requires the State to guarantee the right to life of the unborn while allowing all life-saving care for women.”

“We are part of the Irish community living aboard and we’re asking Irish men and women to vote to save unborn children in Ireland from the injustice of abortion.”


London Irish United For Life is on Twitter and Facebook and contactable for more information at

May 5th 2018

LIUFL attended the March for Life UK in London. We were joined by disability rights activist Charlie Fien, who spoke on behalf of the group alongside one of our founder members.

March 24th 2018

LIUFL attended the ‘Towards a United Ireland’ SF conference in central London. The purpose of our presence was to protest the fact that SF refuses to allow its elected representatives freedom of conscience on abortion.

March 18th 2018,

Approximately 80 people joined LIUFL in the London St. Patrick's Day Parade. It's believed to be the first year that a pro-life group has walked in the parade.