Labour leadership contender Rebecca Long-Bailey has said she disagrees with the law allowing abortion after 24 weeks on the grounds of disability.
Women should be able to take abortion pills in their own home without seeing a doctor face to face, leading medics have said.
A silent protest against liberalisation of abortion laws in Belfast has “shone a light for life”, organisers said.
The DUP has called for action to fill a “dangerous vacuum” in the law around abortion in Northern Ireland.
As the battle for Northern Ireland’s 18 seats gets under way, here are some of the main issues likely to be raised on the doorsteps over the coming six weeks.
Unrestricted abortion would be available in Northern Ireland up to 12 or 14 weeks under Government proposals.
A local artist’s spontaneous counter-protest to an abortion rights gathering has been shared online more than 1,000 times.
Actress and comedienne Tiffany Haddish has said she chose to join a boycott of the US state of Georgia after she read the state’s new anti-abortion legislation.
The number of women in Dundee having abortions is at its highest level on record, amid a spike in older women requesting the procedure.
Google has updated its rules on advertising related to abortion, forcing companies to apply for approval first and disclosing their stance in search results.
Lady Gaga has joined the list of celebrities condemning Alabama’s strict new laws virtually outlawing abortions.
Actress Milla Jovovich has revealed she underwent an emergency abortion as she became the latest celebrity to criticise strict laws in the US.
Jameela Jamil has hit out at what she called an “upsetting, inhumane” abortion law in the US, saying she once had a termination and that it was the “best decision” she ever made.
An anti-abortion group that lost its legal challenge against a Scottish Government move to allow women to take abortion pills at home is to return to court.
Two stars of Channel 4’s Derry Girls have demanded the decriminalisation of abortion in Northern Ireland as they delivered a 60,000-strong petition to Secretary of State Karen Bradley.
Stars of hit TV show Derry Girls are heading to Westminster to demand changes to Northern Ireland’s abortion laws.
Hollywood star Chris O’Dowd has said Ireland is experiencing a wave of social progress as his home country voted by a landslide vote to reform its strict abortion laws.
Celebrities have reacted to an exit poll that suggests Ireland has voted in favour of abortion reform in a historic referendum.
Ed Sheeran has denounced anti-abortion campaigners after they used one of his tracks.
Google is to ban all adverts related to Ireland’s abortion referendum.