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Baroness O’Loan: Government should not proceed with abortion legislation at time of national emergency

WE live in unprecedented times.

There is fear of the impact of the coronavirus, Covid-19, uncertainty about what the future holds, some degree of panic and, in some ways, it is hard to know what we can and should do.

The threat to our NHS, which our dedicated nurses described as ‘broken’ recently, is enormous as a consequence of Covid-19.

We know that our health professionals and our emergency services will do all they can, and we must help them as best we can, but the threat to all of us is very real.

In the middle of all this, before March 31, the UK government is required to introduce legislation enabling abortion in limited circumstances in Northern Ireland.

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