Government support is the only thing standing in the way of allowing women in Northern Ireland to have the same rights as women in the rest of the UK.
Wilson, pointing to MPs across the House, including Allen, went on to say: "We have people today in Northern Ireland who are rearing families, who are contributing to society, who are building their businesses, who are working in our factories, who are sitting in our schools, who otherwise, if we had your legislation that you have here in the rest of the United Kingdom would have been discarded and put in a bin before they were even born".
"I don't think it is a political issue".
"I think the numbers are a fair comparison because these human beings have been killed", he said.
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"I think it's really important as well, not just to talk about the really hard cases, but also just to talk about ordinary women, just like me, who have made these decisions in their lives, because that is the vast majority".
"There is now an unstoppable momentum for change for Northern Ireland and we are positive that that will come", Grainne Teggart from Amnesty International in Northern Ireland told Newsbeat.
"Women who have had to travel for abortions from here to the rest of the United Kingdom are no longer willing to be silenced and have their healthcare needs not met here".
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For too long Northern Irish women have been left behind by successive governments, forced to travel to the mainland to access abortion. "Northern Ireland is a devolved administration, so is it our business", said Allen, who was among dozens of MPs who made speeches.
Mr Simpson rose to interject during Labour MP Stella Creasy's introduction of her motion to repeal a 19th century law which mandates possible life sentences for breaking abortion law, making a brief contribution to the debate.
My Bill was voted on in the Commons in March 2017 and while it was passed, it unfortunately did not change the law.
This would allow all countries within the United Kingdom to set the abortion law that they want, as well as removing any aspect that criminalises often vulnerable women.
Anti-abortion campaigner Bernadette Smyth described the debate by MPs in London about abortion in Northern Ireland as "outrageous".
She said: "To hear members of the DUP suggest that women are opting for abortions as a matter of convenience, unborn children being thrown in the bin or babies being disposed of is a disgusting way to describe the choices women have to make anywhere in the United Kingdom".
"We have a legal and democratic right to make our own laws, such as abortion".