The outcome of last Friday’s referendum marks, I hope, the beginning of the end of a particularly fraught period in Irish politics and law.
If the Eighth Amendment had never been created in 1983, the complexity of all the issues surrounding the circumstances in which a pregnancy may be ended would most likely have been reflected in a series of enactments by the Oireachtas to adapt our laws to modern realities and attitudes....
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