NI women may not be able to access abortion pills in England
By Emma Vardy BBC News
13 September 2018
Women from Northern Ireland who travel to Britain to terminate a pregnancy may not be able to access abortion pills.
On average, 28 women a week travel from NI to England for a termination because, unlike the rest of the UK, the 1967 Abortion Act does not extend to NI.
England is to allow women to take early abortion pills at home, but patients may have to prove residency.