Building Bridges – Is there hope for North Korea?

Building Bridges – Is there hope for North Korea?

For sixty years North Korea has had neither war nor peace; simply an Armistice signed in 1953 – this lack of resolution has perpetuated instability, fear, and a risk of further tragedy. Behind the backdrop is the ever present danger of a major conflict. Lord Alton...

Abortion: Getting To The Heart of The Matter

Abortion: Getting To The Heart of The Matter

A readable and up-to-the-minute booklet that informs readers of the research on abortion - abortion and disability; abortion and its psychological and physical affect on women's health, particularly its link with breast cancer. (with Martin Foley) 2005Click here for...

Euthanasia: Getting To The Heart of The Matter

Euthanasia: Getting To The Heart of The Matter

Examining why euthanasia can never be ethically justifiable, this book helps individuals and groups understand the issues like Diane Pretty or Tony Blend and how best to influence public policy. (with Martin Foley) 2005Click here for more information.

Passion and Pain

Passion and Pain

A book of prayers for persecuted Christians by Lord David Alton. (with Michele Lombardo) and accompanying DVD of TV series  2003Click here to read the full book online.

Pilgrim Ways

Pilgrim Ways

This is a spiritual journey into the ruin and extant monastic sites and churches of Catholic Britain. In treading the paths of the pilgrim way, one can find the way to God - this text aims to help bring about irrevocable change in a pilgrim's life. St Paul’s...

Citizen 21

Citizen 21

Harper Collins 2001 Lord David Alton brings together a collection of speeches from leading figures in public life on the subject of citizenship. In his new role as Professor of Citizenship at John Moores University, Liverpool, Lord David Alton has collected the...

Citizen Virtues

Citizen Virtues

Harper Collins 1999 A popular ground breaking book that sets out the new vision and values that can form the basis for a more tolerant and compassionate society. Since the death of Princess Diana and the landslide victory of new Labour, a search for new values has...

Whose choice anyway?

Whose choice anyway?

David Alton MP Letters and commentary on David Alton's Bill to limit late abortions With Alison Holmes The Right to Life. Marshall Pickering 1988 – Letters and commentary on David Alton’s Bill to limit late abortions. Click here to read the full book...

Life After Death

Life After Death

Christian Democrat Press 1997 https://www.amazon.com/Life-After-Death-David-Alton/dp/1897972350

Lord David Alton

For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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The World Must Not Forget Andy Li And The Hong Kong 12

The World Must Not Forget Andy Li And The Hong Kong 12

With Andy Li During The Hong Kong Elections In the U.K. Parliament I have again asked the U.K. Government what information they have on the wellbeing of the 12 young prodemocracy activists from Hong Kong, arrested by China. I asked whether the U.K. has asked China to...

Red Wednesday: Time to see red about persecution.

Time to see red about persecution Five years ago I suggested we create a day - Red Wednesday- to commemorate the millions persecuted for their religion or belief . It’s great to see how many people have got behind Red Westminster. Ewelina Ochab has today published...

As the world marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November The Rights Practice has produced a new report entitled “Invisible Pain Sexual and gender-based violence in Xinjiang” – required reading by anyone who doubts the gravity of the suffering of Uighur people and the consequences for Uighur women.

The Rights Practice has produced a new report entitled “Invisible Pain Sexual and gender-based violence in Xinjiang” - which is required reading by anyone who doubts the gravity of the suffering of Uighur people and the consequences for Uighur women. They highlight...