British National’s answer: Pro-lifeGriffin claimed that amplifying the party's 'pro-life' policies would win it new votes among Catholics. 'There used to be a perception in Northern Ireland and Scotland that we were an Orange party. This is not so,' he said. The BNP, like Dowson, wanted to reach across the sectarian divide.Source
Green’s answer: Pro-choiceHE702 The Green Party believes that contraception and abortion are an essential part of healthcare and should be accessible, effective, safe and confidential for all through a publicly funded NHS. In the case of devolved powers, such as Northern Ireland, the Green Party supports advocacy for changes to reproductive health restrictions, and in the meantime calls for the transportation, accommodation and medical fees of abortion patients to be covered by the NHS.
HE703 The Green Party would support a change in the law to allow the procedure to be carried out by appropriately trained nurses and midwives up to three months of pregnancy.Source
UKIP’s answer: Pro-choice"[Paul Nuttall, Labour leader] he wants to see the legal term limit for abortions halved to 12 weeks." and "also told Sky News he would also hold a referendum on reducing the legal period for abortions should the public want...Source
Conservative’s answer: Pro-choice“Everyone looks at the evidence and comes to a view about when they think that moment is, and my own view is that 12 weeks is the right point for it,” Mr Hunt told The...Source