Abortion clinic buffer zones set 'dangerous precedent' for freedom of speech, campaigners say
Olivia Rudgard, Social and Religious Affairs Correspondent
28 May 2018
Abortion clinic buffer zones set a “dangerous precedent” for freedom of speech, campaigners have warned as they bid to overturn them.
Civil liberties groups have written to the seven councils who are currently considering public space protection orders to stop "pro-life" campaigners from standing outside abortion clinics to protest, warning that they impose "potentially unlawful restrictions on the rights of freedom of assembly and freedom of expression".