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Ealing anti-abortion protest ban approved

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Members of pro-choice group Sister Supporter demonstrate outside Ealing Council in London on 10 October, 2017.
Members of pro-choice group Sister Supporter demonstrate outside Ealing Council in London on 10 October, 2017. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Jo Griffin

A London council has become the first in Britain to agree to stop anti-abortion protests taking place outside a local clinic. Pro-choice supporters say it's a landmark victory for women's rights. But anti-abortion groups say the verdict smothers their legal right to protest. Katerina Vittozzi has more from London.