In October, i100.co.uk spoke to Bpas, Britain's largest provider of abortions, which said politicians must seriously consider buffer zones, like the ones they have in the US, after an increase in harassment to patients and staff.
The group's comments came following a campaign by a group called Abort 67 which displays graphic pictures of dismembered foetuses outside abortion clinics.
I think we’re going to have to seriously consider buffer zones. Bpas support the right to protest. But this is a campaign of intimidation, this is not a political protest, this is about stopping other British people exercising their own rights [to abortion].