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The UK Government is to hold a public consultation on whether to allow women to carry on accessing home abortions, even after the coronavirus legislation has ceased to have effect.
It would be easy to miss the significance of what happened last night in the House of Commons in respect to the Domestic Abuse Bill. For one thing, a vital piece of…
An attempt to change the law to legalise dangerous home abortions on a permanent basis has been halted after the MP who tabled the amendment to achieve this end withdrew the amendment…
Later today, MPs will vote on whether to allow women to take both abortion pills at home even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
Around two million people are being impacted by gambling related harms according to a new House of Lords Report.
The overwhelming majority of people in Northern Ireland support reforming the country’s outdated gambling laws, according to a new poll.
The UK Government has been questioned over the current policy allowing women to take both abortion pills at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
The UK's largest abortion provider, BPAS, is pushing for an amendment to be tabled to the UK Government’s Domestic Abuse Bill, to further change abortion law in England and Wales.
Official figures released today show there has been more than 6,600 abortion in the first year of the new system, following the repeal of the 8th amendment and subsequent legislation.
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