uk abortion

I will never regret my abortion, but I do regret the shame and secrecy Northern Ireland's outdated laws forced on me. But that's about to change, writes Naomi Connor
Laws that make both abortion and same-sex marriage illegal in Northern Ireland have been lifted, bringing the country in line with the rest of the United Kingdom.
Campaigner Sarah Ewart described the Belfast High Court's ruling as a "massive victory" following a six-year fight.
The Labour MP, who is pregnant, has become the target of radical campaigners who posted a graphic billboard in her constituency.
A young rape victim, Evelyn Hernández, was suspected of having an abortion and charged with homicide in El Salvador. She has now been acquitted by a judge at a retrial, in a case that has attracted international attention to the country’s strict abortion laws.
The Iowa congressman has been described as "just plain bonkers".
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
It doesn't feel real yet, but Tuesday’s historic vote on abortion rights in Northern Ireland is a huge victory for women's rights, writes Marie Stopes' Kylie Harrison