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As women in Poland go on strike to fight abortion laws, it's easy to think in Britain our right to choose is secure. The law might be on the side of women, but our autonomy is constantly under threat.
Polish abortion laws are already amongst the most restrictive in Europe, and proposals in the country are set to clamp down on women's autonomy over their bodies even further. Gals4Gals, a group that started online, is a movement of hundreds of thousands of women who are fighting back.