Sarah Ewart's abortion journey from Northern Ireland

Sarah Ewart learnt she was carrying a child with foetal abnormalities. Known as anencephaly, the baby has no skull and is brain dead; labour is traumatic and the child has no chance of survival. In Northern Ireland foetal abnormality is not a ground for abortion so Sarah sought a termination in England. She shares her journey with Stephen Nolan.

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