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Suicidal Immigrant Woman in Ireland Denied an Abortion, Forced Into a C-Section at 25 Weeks
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The case for repealing the Eighth Amendment

The Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act, enacted following the death of Savita Halappanavar, was meant to bring to an end the agonising about Ireland's abortion regime and the long failure to legislate for the existing constitutional provision. Irish Times, 1 week ago
Abortion needs a King Solomon Comment Irish Independent, 1 week ago

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Praveen to return for hearing into death of Savita

PRAVEEN Halappanavar will return to Ireland in September in advance of a court hearing over the death of his wife Savita. The widower has been living in the US for the past number of months as part of a temporary work contract. However, he is due ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago
Irish Examiner

GERARD HOWLIN: There was no concern for Savita, just usual self-satisfied public ire

ITis hardly credible that the hue and cry in the aftermath of the Savita Halappanavar tragedy was to legislate for the X case. The links between Halappanavar's death and the X case were negligible. Proposing action on one as the answer to the ...
 Irish Examiner1 week ago

Part-time coroners paid in excess of €100k

Six coroners working on a part-time basis each earned more than €100,000 in State retainers and fees last year, new figures show. The figures released by the Dept of Justice in response to a Freedom of Information request showing that one of ...
 Irish Examiner1 day ago Six part-time coroners earn over €100,000 a year each  Irish Times1 day ago
Irish Independent

Dan O'Brien: Varadkar will need guile, patience and persistence to improve Health

The flow of health controversies is neverending. The role of the HSE in the latest abortion-related case and the premature departure of the top civil servant in the Department of Health were two charged issues over the past week alone. But none of ...
 Irish Independent4 days ago

Calls for independent inquiry into Ms Y abortion case

THERE HAVE BEEN a number of calls for an independent inquiry into the Miss Y abortion case. The Association for the Improvement in the Maternity Services (AIMS) Ireland say that case of a suicidal rape victim which came to light last weekend raises ...
 TheJournal.ie5 days ago
Irish Independent

The Government's claim to be pro-child and pro-mother is hypocritical humbug

A great deal of the coverage of the 'Migrant X' story since it broke last weekend has centred on the plight of the young woman at the centre of the case. Her plight has rightly received much attention. By the time Savita died, this still hadn't ...
 Irish Independent6 days ago

In hysteria, the facts are the first casualty

An interview in The Irish Times with the woman at the centre of Ireland's latest abortion controversy has shown how ill-founded much early reporting and comment on the case has been. It seems that large parts of the media have learned little or ...
 Irish Catholic1 week ago Woman denied abortion 'was raped'  BBC1 week ago Irish justice minister concerned after woman is refused abortion  MaltaToday1 week ago 'Concern' over denied abortion case  BBC1 week ago

In Ireland God's will calls the shots for women and children (IrishCentral)

Silence and shame are the only true realities, frequently mistaken for consent. Photo by: /iStockphoto In Ireland they often mistake silence for consensus. They also frequently mistake it for consent, too. It is neither. Ive been thinking ...
 Irish Central1 week ago What Ireland did to women (and what it still does to them) (IrishCentral)  Irish Central2 months ago
Irish Times

Chief executive of Dublin Well Woman says no State aid to help low-income women travel for abortions

The chief executive of a Dublin crisis pregnancy support service has said she is not aware of any State financial aid available to help low-income women travel abroad to obtain an abortion. Alison Begas, chief executive of the Dublin Well Woman ...
 Irish Times1 week ago
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