- Drafting legislation for the X Case
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- Clarification re Pat Rabbitte and “offensive” tweets
- Irish abortion law: women treated as insentient incubators and instructed to grin and, literally, bear it.
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Irish abortion law: women treated as insentient incubators and instructed to grin and, literally, bear it.
IF Labour is wondering why its support has suffered a vertiginous drop since last year’s election it need only look to its TDs’ shameful contributions to last week’s Dáil debate on abortion for answers. One by one they got to … Continue reading
I recently wrote an essay on the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) and the likely impact of the A B C v Ireland case, concerning the three Irish-based women who went to the European Court of Human Rights claiming … Continue reading
Yesterday’s Examiner column on abortion contained a silly error about the law – that ECHR ruling took supremacy over Irish law – which will no doubt leave me with much egg on my face in the letters page over the … Continue reading