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Ask your MP to vote against extreme abortion regulations for Northern Ireland

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Last year MPs voted to impose an extreme abortion regime on Northern Ireland. The Government then developed new regulations to introduce this abortion regime. The regulations came into effect on March 31st, but have not been approved by MPs or peers yet.

This week (most likely Wednesday 17 June), MPs will vote on whether to approve them or not. If they are voted down, this will send a very strong signal to the Government that these extreme regulations should not be imposed on Northern Ireland.

They will then be forced to redraft the regulations to be less extreme or bring forward legislation to allow the new Parliament to vote revoke these regulations, giving control back to the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Further information on the new extreme abortion regulations introduced by these regulations is available here.

Ask your MP to vote against extreme abortion regulations for NI