Women's rights and pro-choice groups marched in Northern Ireland's capital Belfast on May 28 demanding that UK Prime Minister Theresa May extend the same abortion rights to Ulster's residents to bring the region in line with the rest of the UK.
Since the 1967 Abortion Act, the UK has a relatively liberal abortion regime that does not apply to Northern Ireland.
Conservative Protestants and Catholics oppose a liberalisation of the existing abortion regime. According to the BBC, this forces up ...
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