Mothers file high court challenge to censorship zone which criminalises prayer and support outside Ealing abortion clinic

Apr 23, 2018 by

Alina Dulgheriu, a mother who was supported by a pro-life vigil outside a London abortion clinic, will be filing a high court challenge to the Ealing censorship zone which criminalises prayer and support outside an abortion clinic.

Ealing Council have confirmed that the Public Space Protection Order will be coming into effect at 9am this morning (Monday 23 April). Alina will be filing her case with the high court as soon as possible after the PSPO has been instigated. This will ensure that the vital support options that pro-life vigils provide to women outside Ealing clinic are available again as soon as practically possible.

Pro-life vigil members are taking legal action as a result of a PSPO that would criminalise any outreach to pregnant women who wish to keep their children but otherwise would have no option to do so. Therefore unless there is a successful legal challenge, no charitable outreach to women on Mattock lane will be possible.

The Ealing PSPO criminalises:

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