Sunday, March 23, 2008

Catholic church leaders call for lawmakers to have free vote on UK embryo research bill

: Roman Catholic Christian church leadership in United Kingdom criticized proposed new embryo research laws on Lord'S Day and called for lawmakers to be given a free ballot on the issue.

Prime Curate Gordon Brown is hoping to go through new laws to let the creative activity of crossed animate being and human embryos for medical research, and may tell political party members to endorse the plans.

But Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, the caput of the Catholic Christian church in England and Wales, said Catholic legislators should be able to vote according to their conscience.

"I believe Catholics in political relation have got got got got to move according to their Catholic convictions, so have other Christians, so have other politicians," Murphy-O'Connor told Britain's Sky News television. "There are Catholics who experience very strongly about this substance and I am glad that they do.

Three senior members of Brown's Cabinet, including Defense Secretary Des(AP) — Hablot Knight Browne and Conveyance Secretary Babe Ruth Kelly, are Catholic. If Brown imposed vote regulations on his party, all three would be expected to vacate if they opposed the plans. Today in Europe

Scientists state the research is aimed at helping develop remedies for debilitating diseases such as as Alzheimer's and multiple sclerosis.

The procedure affects injecting an empty moo-cow or coney egg with human DNA. A explosion of electricity is then used to fob the egg into dividing regularly, so that it goes a very early embryo, from which stem cells can be extracted.

Scientists state the embryos would be destroyed after 14 years to guarantee they are not implanted into the uterus of a woman.

Cardinal Keith O'Brien, the caput of the Catholic Christian church in Scotland, used his Easter Lord'S Day discourse at St. Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh to assail the proposals, claiming they would let Frankenstein-style experiments.

The measurements are a "monstrous onslaught on human rights, human self-respect and human life," O'Brien said.

Britain's Person Fertilization and Embryology Bill was last updated in 1990 and curates state it must be redrawn to take business relationship of scientific advances.

"The government's absolutely correct to seek to force this through to the possible benefit of many people in this country," wellness curate Ben Bradshaw told British Broadcast Media Corp. radio.

Peers in the House of Lords have got already rejected an effort to take proposals related to crossed human-animal embryos from the bill. An amendment was defeated by 268 ballots to 96, a bulk of 172, in a ballot last month.

Britain's authorities have not yet put a day of the month for a House of Park ballot on the projected laws.

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