Anne Robinson presents this in-depth look at one of our most controversial and difficult issues.

Fifty years ago the landmark 1967 Abortion Act was pushed through Parliament, setting out the law for who can and who cannot have an abortion, but is that law still relevant in today’s society?

A comprehensive poll has also been carried out to see what the people of Britain really think about the issue, 50 years on.

A group from all walks of life then discusses the findings of the poll and tries to answer the all-important question – if we were to rewrite the law, how exactly would we like it to change?