Thursday July 9, 2020

Pat Leahy: The next abortion referendum will be a battle for middle Ireland

But pro-choice campaigners seem to prefer talking to their own supporters

25th October, 2015

One campaign for social change came to an end last week. Another is getting off the ground. Despite what many people believe, they are very different.

There were joyous scenes among campaigners when the Marriage Bill 2015, giving effect to the same sex marriage referendum, passed its final legislative stage in the Seanad.

The bill, which will provide for the first marriages to take place within a few weeks, will now be signed into law by...

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