Law and religion round-up – 12th March

Exclusion zones and abortion clinics again

Last month, the Catholic Herald reported that the Crown Prosecution Service had decided not to proceed with charges against Isabel Vaughan-Spruce, who was arrested and charged with four counts of failing to comply with a Public Space Protection Order in violation of a “buffer zone” around the British Pregnancy Advisory Service’s Robert Clinic in Kings Norton. The Washington Times reports that she was arrested last week for doing the same thing again: there is an online video of the incident.

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