After 35 years of bitter social division, the referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment has revealed a momentous shift in Irish public attitudes, with a huge majority voting to liberalise the abortion laws.
The removal of the Eighth Amendment to the constitution is a decisive shift away from traditional mores, with the outcome stunning those involved in the campaign.
The prospect of an urban/rural and intergenerational divide failed to materialise, to the surprise of both the...
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