Published 13/01/2017, Belfast Telegraph
Proposals on reforming Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws will not be considered because of the collapse of power-sharing, a Stormont minister said.
Women cannot seek a termination where there is a diagnosis of fatal foetal abnormality. Instead some fly to Great Britain for the procedure.
The Assembly is likely to be dissolved on Monday and snap elections called so ministers will not be able to consider any change to the law.
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Source: Belfast Telegraph