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Subject We Did It! - But #NowForNI
Date March 30, 2020 2:37 PM
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Permission for telemedical abortion services

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Dear John,

We Did It! But #NowForNI

Today the Government have reinstated permission for telemedical abortion services. This means that soon women will be able to access safe and effective abortion care while also following the advice relating to Covid-19.

We want to thank all of our supporters and staff. This would not have happened if it were not for you too. Thank you for all of your letters sent to MPs, as well as the huge amounts of social media support we have had the past week.

Despite this, we are extremely concerned about the availability of care for women living in other parts of the UK. Although abortion is now lawful in Northern Ireland, services have not been established yet and telemedical abortion care is not permitted under the regulations. As a result of this, women are being forced to travel to England at a time when they are also being told to stay at home.

We will continue campaigning to ensure women across the UK can access the abortion services they need during this critical time.

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