Doctors remain central protagonists in State’s reproductive health history Mothers chatting at the entrance to a tenement building in Dublin, circa 1945. The contraceptive pill arrived in Ireland in 1963, however contraception was not legalised here until 1980 Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

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Conor Pope: Bullying was, if not actively encouraged, not tackled at school School rules: frivolous subjects like music and art were eschewed in favour of Latin. Photograph: iStock

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