Friday October 30, 2020

Abortion exclusion zone opponents bring British group to Leinster House

The address by the British-based Be Here For Me group comes on foot of plans for the government to legislate for the introduction of exclusion zones around health facilities in Ireland where women can access termination services

5th February, 2019
Senator Rónán Mullen. Pic: RollingNews.ie

A British group which campaigns against a ban on demonstrations outside health facilities where abortions take place is to address TDs and Senators in Leinster House on Wednesday.

The address by the British-based Be Here For Me group comes on foot of plans for the government to legislate for the introduction of exclusion zones around health facilities in Ireland where women can access termination services.

“This event is being organised in the context of proposals...

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