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2023
Independent review of abortion laws should not be treated as ‘gospel’, says Varadkar
'This is a sensitive issue': Tánaiste defends Govt approach in dealing with abortion law review
Holly Cairns: 'Our healthcare shouldn't be informed by Leo saying he feels uncomfortable'
Varadkar 'reluctant' to make changes after review of state's abortion laws seeks end to three-day wait
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Florida becomes latest US state to restrict abortion access
Charges dropped against Texas woman arrested for murder over abortion
Biden administration asks Supreme Court to block Texas abortion law
‘We know your fight’: Protesters in Dublin gather to oppose Texan abortion law
GP who supports No vote rejects Coveney claim that 'there will be no abortion clinics in Ireland'
Here's what the legislation could look like if the Eighth is repealed
Eighth Amendment committee to vote on repealing the Eighth today
"They’re not being listened to but they’re on the streets protesting as well"
Fianna Fáil doesn't want to repeal the 8th Amendment
Labour and Sinn Féin want to repeal the 8th, but not everyone is on the same page
National Women's Council calls State refusal of abortion to woman 'barbaric'
Northern Ireland's justice minister calls for consultation on changing abortion laws
Police investigate as woman dies after travelling to UK for abortion
Human Rights Commission to submit review of abortion report to Government
Ireland's abortion laws under UN spotlight
Column: Abortion is a reality in Ireland – now we need to legislate for it
Over 4,400 Irish women travelled to England and Wales for abortions in 2010