Bernadette Smyth, director of Northern Ireland-based anti-abortion campaign group Precious Life, said the decision to not issue a formal ruling "was upholding democracy".
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he sees no reason why women resident in Northern Ireland would not be able to have terminations in the Republic when the laws are changed, but Ms Smyth said it remained unacceptable that women living anywhere on the island would have to travel. The law also introduced a maximum penalty of 14 years imprisonment for having or assisting in an unlawful abortion.
"The commission had argued the law criminalizes vulnerable women and girls and subjects them to inhumane and degrading treatment in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights", NPR's Debbie Elliott reports. Theresa May can no longer sit back and do nothing whilst countless women continue to suffer on her watch.
Sarah Ewart, who in 2013 travelled from Northern Ireland to England after being told her baby would not survive outside the womb, was one of three cases referred to in the Supreme Court judgment.
"I feel very emotional", Ireland's Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone said. Experiencing something as painful as I did and then going through the ordeal of the courts has been emotionally draining. "The people have said that we want a modern constitution for a modern country, that we trust women and we respect them to make the right decision and the right choices about their health care". "Today I believe we have voted for the next generation", he said.
Judges ruled by a majority of four to three that the court had no jurisdiction to consider the legal challenge - brought by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission - since there was no actual or potential victim of an unlawful act.
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By a majority decision, the justices said that the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC), which brought the appeal, did not have the power to "institute abstract proceedings of this nature". The Court did not find a human right to end a human life. Sarah Ewart said she meant to take a case to Belfast's High Court to seek the declaration of incompatibility the Commission was unable to obtain.
"We'll now finish what we started by taking this to the Belfast High Court to demand it makes the final formal declaration". We will not accept being forced on planes to access healthcare. "What we need is compassion and services in Northern Ireland".
More than 900 women from Northern Ireland travelled to England for an abortion previous year, according to UK Department of Health figures.
Anti-abortion demonstrators held a rally outside the Supreme Court in London on June 7. Lord Jonathan Hugh Mance, the deputy president of the court, said that "the present law clearly needs radical reconsideration".
The devolved government in the British province is responsible for deciding abortion laws, but Westminster can step in if it is a human rights issue.