Just to quickly underline what Fr Tim and other blogs have been suggesting: BBC Radio 4's Today programme, which I normally listen to while dressing and shaving in the morning, has come up with a Christmas 'legislative wish list'. People are invited to send in nominations for one British law that should be repealed. It would be great if as many Catholics (and people of good will) as possible could nominate the Abortion Act of 1967, even though there's a good chance the panel of experts and politicians won't include it in the shortlist. It's worth a try - nominations can be sent off via the Radio 4 Christmas Repeal Vote page but must be completed by 20 December. It would be a good work of witness in the final week of Advent.