In the past year, a radical new approach to abortion has taken place in the UK.
For the first time in history, 100,000 women have been able to have them in their own homes.
This was brought about as part of the COVID-19 lockdown measures to encourage women to stay away from clinics in order to protect the NHS.
But could this approach be here to stay?
In this episode, Katerina Vittozzi talks to Sky News presenter Isabel Webster about how telemedical abortions work, the positives and the risks, and we hear from both sides of the debate.
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