Report concluded that abortion should be made available in cases of fatal foetal abnormalities, supreme court is told

Abortion reform in Northern Ireland was recommended by a Stormont executive report kept under wraps for almost a year, a lawyer for the suspended administration has revealed in the supreme court.

The lawyer admitted that a working group set up by the departments of justice and health in Belfast concluded that abortion should be made available in Northern Irish hospitals in the cases of fatal foetal abnormalities.

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