Wednesday October 21, 2020

Woman's death in Galway tops British news agenda

The death of Savita Halappanavar from septicaemia at University Hospital Galway is topping the news agenda in Britain as well as Ireland.

14th November, 2012
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A photograph used to accompany the Guardian's coverage, showing Irish anti-abortion protestors.

The death of Savita Halappanavar from septicaemia at University Hospital Galway is topping the news agenda in Britain as well as Ireland.

The story about the 17-weeks pregnant woman who died after a miscarriage is on the front page of the Sky News website, is the most read story today on Guardian.co.uk and the Dailymail.co.uk, and it is also prominent on the sites of the Daily Telegraph and Daily Mirror.

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