Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2
The Pro life Campaign protesting Mick Wallace’s fatal foetal abnormalities private members bill on abortion.
They claim those supporting the bill are doing a “real disservice to families of babies with life limiting condition, particularly those who have been pressured to abort their child”.
Top from left: Aifric Ni Fhloinn, Pro Life Campaign spokesperson Cora Sherlock, Emma Sisk and Lorraine Mc Mahon.
Earlier: Unconstitutional Deference
Molesworth Street, Dublin 2
Pro-Life supporters party like it’s 1983 to celebrate the Eighth Amendment of the constitution, the principle barrier to reform of Ireland’s abortion laws.
Enda’s referendas: a new Irish fairytale (Gene Kerrigan, Sunday Independent)
Pro-life meeting, Wynn’s Hotel, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
What do you mean you ‘weren’t invited’?
Previously: No Womb At The Wynn
Pro life farmer John O’Gorman on The People’s Debate, TV3 last night.
Turns out we were nowhere near full bumpkin yesterday. Mindblowingly backward opinion about how giving birth will reduce the trauma of the rape.
No idea why Vinny [host Vincent Browne] didn’t rush down off the podium and batter him about the head with the microphone, pausing every now and again to ask him if that was Luciferian enough.