Campaigner Sarah Ewart described the Belfast High Court's ruling as a "massive victory" following a six-year fight.
After Years Of Campaigning, We Did It. We Got Parliament To See Sense On Abortion In Northern Ireland.
The thousands of women who had to travel, the thousands who had to take pills from online, the hundreds of people who have told of their stories – this is for you, writes Alliance for Choice's Emma Campbell
Milano's call to withhold sex over attacks on abortion rights reveals a deep divide on what's an acceptable means of fighting the patriarchy. But in war, all bets are off and you bring every tool at your disposal
She was speaking in response to a new abortion law signed in Georgia, US, this week.
The deafening yes from the public meant it was all worth it: the sleepless nights, the missed meals, the abandoned family and friends, the cruelty and lack of empathy from those campaigning for a no, which we bore with a smile and carried on
This Week Ireland Took An Historic Step Toward Finally Legalising Abortion - But We Are Not There Yet
We must make sure the new law for which we've waited so long gives women genuine access to the care they need
Stop protesting at clinics. Stop shaming women. Stop trying to overturn abortion laws. If you actually care about reducing the number of abortions, simply hold men responsible for their actions
'I Crawled From The Car To My Room': Without At-Home Abortion Pills, Women Risk Miscarrying In Public
Women's rights groups have written to Jeremy Hunt calling for policy change.
I hope this is the start of a snowballing trend across the country
Anti-choice myths are dangerously influential so here are the facts...