Thursday September 24, 2020

Last Post: Renua sets out its stall on abortion (sort of)

‘Our party has an open position on abortion,” declares the Renua website. Fair enough. Unfortunately, it then goes on to explain itself.

22nd March, 2015

“If this new party is successful in the next general election, and we are in a position to form part of a government coalition, our partners in government could make the legislation of abortion a condition for a programme for government to be agreed.

“Furthermore, there could even be an elected member of this new party who becomes Minister for Health who wishes to initiate abortion legislation in Ireland.

“In both circumstances, there...

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