Protesters gather outside US embassy in London angry at abortion ruling

6/25/2022 12:50:00 AM

The US Supreme Court ended protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years by deciding to overturn the landmark Roe v Wade ruling.

More than 100 people gathered outside the United States embassy in London to protest against today’s decision to scrap the constitutional right to abortion.

The US Supreme Court ended protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years by deciding to overturn the landmark Roe v Wade ruling.

Over 100 people joined the demonstration (Picture: Getty)Elizabeth Kelly, treasurer of Democrats Abroad United Kingdom, addresses the protestors (Picture: Getty)The crowd stood listening to speakers condemn the ruling of the US Supreme Court while holding signs, many reading ‘our bodies, our choice’.

Reporter Sian Bradley shared video of the protest, showing people chanting ‘Our body, our lives, our right to decide’.She tweeted: ‘Outside of the US Embassy in London right now. Anger, defiance, and a commitment to keep fighting and organising.’One attendee arrived wearing a costume from the Handmaid’s Tale, in which society is ruled by a fundamentalist regime that treats women as property.

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Protesters outside the US Embassy this evening (Picture: Getty) Over 100 people joined the demonstration (Picture: Getty) Elizabeth Kelly, treasurer of Democrats Abroad United Kingdom, addresses the protestors (Picture: Getty) The crowd stood listening to speakers condemn the ruling of the US Supreme Court while holding signs, many reading ‘our bodies, our choice’.Thursday 23 June 2022 12:48, UK A man has been charged with the murder of his 89-year-old grandmother in south London, the Met Police said.it relaunched a slimmed-down edition and became free for readers.Child rapist's prison sentence cut by three years because it was 'too harsh' Da Silva Neto insisted it is ‘not the truth’ that he spiked the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, adding: ‘I have never, ever given anyone any drugs.

Reporter Sian Bradley shared video of the protest, showing people chanting ‘Our body, our lives, our right to decide’. She tweeted: ‘Outside of the US Embassy in London right now. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Anger, defiance, and a commitment to keep fighting and organising. The title will now focus on digital-only content.’ One attendee arrived wearing a costume from the Handmaid’s Tale, in which society is ruled by a fundamentalist regime that treats women as property. Advertisement Her family have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers. In a 6-3 vote, the court ruled in favour of the state of Mississippi in the case of Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization, allowing the state to ban most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, and effectively striking down the court’s 1973 ruling in Roe that legalised abortion nationwide. He recalls drinking a cup of ‘dark brown liquid’ being held to his lips at some point before waking up naked in a strange room in Oxfordshire.

It paves the way for individual states to set their own laws on whether to allow abortion, with many already set to introduce more restrictive laws. Enquiries are continuing to establish the full circumstances of what happened, but nobody else is being sought in connection with her death at this stage.. The court is now set to examine other cases that fall under the court’s due process precedents, including those protecting access to contraception, and allowing same-sex marriage. Wen-Wen Lindroth, UK chairwoman of Democrats Abroad, the official organisation of the Democrat party for US citizens living overseas, said it was a ‘momentous and sad day for the United States’. Speaking at the protest, she said: ‘I’m about the same age as Roe v Wade and, you know, I think a lot of women of my generation, we just took it for granted that the struggle for women’s rights, you know, had come a very long way – maybe not all the way – but this was certainly one of the fundamental decisions that, you know, underlies our sense of equality in the US." Did you used to pick up a copy to plan your weekend? After 54 years, Time Out's final print copy is out today as they switch to digital only. Gathering outside the US embassy in the wake of the US Supreme Court overruling Roe v. Flatly denying that he spiked the married man’s drink, he said: ‘I cannot say he is lying because I do not know the guy.

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