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We have a duty of care to these children

8th February, 2015
Caroline Simons

This week the Dáil will vote on a Bill dealing with tragic and complex medical diagnoses. All the signs indicate that the debate will rank as one of the most ill-informed and insensitive in Oireachtas history.

The Bill is Clare Daly’s, the issue that of “fatal foetal abnormalities”. The point of the Bill is to allow abortion in cases where the baby will die either in the womb or almost immediately after birth....

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