The Referendum Commission says new regulations should be drawn up by government.
The Health Minister also said he wants the Bill to be inclusive of members of the trans community.
Simon Harris told the Dáil that in legislating for abortion services in Ireland, they are ‘making history’.
She paid tribute to her in a letter published in Porter magazine.
This was the seventh annual March for Choice and the first since the Eighth Amendment was removed from the Constitution.
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Dr Peter Boylan told an Oireachtas Committee that there is ‘no evidence’ for the wait time.
It will now allow the government to legislate for abortion, which is expected to be enacted by 2019 at the latest.
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The professor who warned the party that its stance in the referendum could put it on the wrong side of history addressed think-in this week.
The donation was for Amnesty’s ‘My Body, My Rights’ campaign which sought a referendum on the Eighth Amendment.
The Standards in Public Office said it is concerned about political interference from organisations outside of Ireland.
Northern Ireland has been without a government for over a year and a half – so Westminster and Dublin are being asked to introduce new abortion laws.
That is not the end of the matter, however, as the issue has been taken to the Court of Appeal.
This is a drop from 25 legally-permitted abortions being carried out last year.
The High Court also heard that the Referendum Commission “omitted objective statements” on Eighth Amendment referendum.
He also confirmed that he won’t be resigning from the party.
Sinn Féin Whip Aengus Ó Snodaigh told Nolan that she had been suspended for a period of three months on 21 March.
Party policy is now in favour of abortion on request.
The Pope is due to visit Ireland in August, just months after Ireland voted in favour of liberalising its abortion laws.
Sinn Féin members will vote on a motion that will allow members to vote in accordance with their conscience today.
Simon Harris says that a number of court challenges are delaying the process.
It is one of three petitions up for discussions.
The NAGP has insisted onward referral of a patient should not be compulsory.
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Dr Mary Favier said that she expects groups like the one in Cork to be operating around the country.
The NAGP passed a series of motions after an emergency meeting today following the result of the referendum.
‘Would it be too much for No side and the Yes side to come together and use their powers and money to bring positive change that will help and support the people of Ireland?’ asks Denise Coakley.
UCC and UCD psychological study ‘implanted’ false memories in survey to explore how they might affect votes.
They raised concerns about some ballot boxes allegedly not being sealed correctly and so-called ‘family voting’.
Office workers, parents, and staff at the Rotunda Hospital submitted complaints about graphic ‘Vote No’ posters.
Alphonsus Cullinan said Catholic Yes voters “should go to confession”.
Since Friday, flowers have been left at the bottom of the mural, along with ‘Yes’ leaflets, pens and sellotape so that people could leave notes.
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May has responded to those calls by saying that the issue is for the North to decide.
The TD, who has campaigned on the issue for years, said she couldn’t believe change had taken so long.
The first Dáil sitting since the country voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment takes place this afternoon.
RTÉ said that the vast majority of complaints claimed that the ‘Yes’ side were unfairly treated.
The Sinn Féin TD said he will oppose such proposals in the Dáil.
The Cabinet is discussing the planned passage of the legislation this morning.
“I’m not a fan of abortion, but I was even less of a fan of the Eighth Amendment.”
The DUP’s Arlene Foster has said that it was up to the North’s politicians to decide on its abortion laws.
Meanwhile, Father Brian D’Arcy said that he “wouldn’t like to attribute sin in this manner, at all”.