Labour MPs Stella Creasy and Conor McGinn brought forward an amendment to the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation and Exercise of Functions) Bill. This amendment has passed and is now part of the Bill which will now be debated in the House of Lords on Tuesday 30th October. It will need to pass the House of Lords to become law.
The amendment has potentially wide-reaching constitutional implications on the devolution settlement for Northern Ireland, which could severely undermine the right of the people of Northern Ireland to decide their own law on abortion.
Please use the function below to write to a Peer asking them to attend the debate on Tuesday and speak against this change to the Bill.
(When you click the button below, you will be assigned a random peer from a list of peers. Your letter will help encourage them to attend on the day and hopefully speak against this change to the Bill. To find out more about the House of Lords works, click here.)