Karen Bradley says Northern Ireland abortion law should not be imposed

Westminster should not "impose its will" on Northern Ireland by changing abortion laws, the government says.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley said she would personally like the law to be changed.
But she said the matter was devolved and "should be decided by the people of Northern Ireland".
She was responding to cross-party calls for a change in the law that criminalises abortion in Northern Ireland.
In the House of Commons, both sides set out their case in an often emotional debate, with Democratic Unionist MPs saying it should be left to politicians in Northern... read more

 
5 June 2018 in Regional, Views: 41
Source: BBC
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