The draft  HSE report into the care given to Ms Y states that at her third and final session with the Irish Family Planning Association, despite having consistently said she wanted an abortion, the counsellor suggested she might consider adoption.

Draft HSE report says when adoption was suggested woman said she would ‘rather die’

The March for Choice crossed tthe  Rosie Hackett Bridge in Dublin today on its way to the Dail. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

About 5,000 people gathered to call for greater access to abortion services

Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys who refused to answer questions from reporters this morning about the nomination of John McNulty. Photograph: The Irish Times

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The four-person report team, chaired by Dr Philip Crowley (above), the HSE’s national director of its quality and patient safety division, has yet to interview Ms Y, and she is considering whether to engage with the process.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Solictor says inconsistencies give rise to questions over credibility

Beatriz who almost died waiting for permission to terminate a pregnancy that could have killed her. Photograph: Amnesty International

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Woman at the centre of the case became increasingly distressed as the pregnancy progressed and says she attempted to take her own life.

Migrant had been raped before she came to Ireland and requested termination

Carol McCullagh with her husband, Mohammed Syllah, and children Shane (7), Layla (4) and three-year-old Deen in the bedroom they share. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carol McCullagh and her husband Mohammed Syllah were asked to leave the house they were renting when the landlord decided to sell(...)

  Photograph: Eric Luke

Minister points to people returning to work while organisations dealing with homelessness highlight the many households who h(...)

Ms Y arrived in the State in March and found out she was pregnant soon after. She had been raped before she came here, she says, and immediately said she wanted an abortion

Team, established over four weeks ago, tasked with reporting back ‘in the shortest possible period’

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