Labour set to reject abortion plans as too restrictive
The Labour Party is likely to reject abortion legislation proposals, which are to be tabled at cabinet this week, because it believes they are too restrictive.
The Labour Party is likely to reject abortion legislation proposals, which are to be tabled at cabinet this week by Minister for Health James Reilly, because it believes they are too restrictive.
Reilly is due to bring a memorandum to the cabinet on Tuesday on his plans to legislate for the X case, which will allow abortion where the woman's life is in danger, including by the threat of suicide.
However, *The Sunday Business Post*...
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