The 1967 Abortion Act says an abortion can only proceed if two doctors state that failure to abort would adversely affect a woman’s physical or mental health. Should abortion provision be based on purely medical reasons or on what we, as a society, think is right or wrong? Do women have a responsibility to avoid abortion unless it is really necessary? Do medical or moral concerns have the upper hand or should women be free to make their own decisions and determine their own future? These and many more questions are expertly discussed in this charged debate, filmed at the Battle of Ideas.