SVHG has protected its own financial interests through taking control of the new hospital
No reason why vote could not be held in late February or early March next year
Our parliament is not set up for the quick end to the abortion debate that is needed
Centrist has promised to end France’s two-party system designed by de Gaulle
Measure aimed at preventing a legal challenge to new abortion legislation will have to be carefully considered
The eesults give a foretaste of future debate on what constitutes risk to a woman and who defines it.
Taoiseach has ensured Irish concerns will be at centre of EU negotiators’ mandate
Nuns and DUP ministers may be the last people on the island who concur with each other
TDs will be compelled to spell out which abortions are permitted, which are not, and why
Even to lay observers, it was clear from the outset that the benefits of the Eighth Amendment were not likely to receive a particularly strong emphasis
Kathy Sheridan: Support for hard-right candidate a sign of media desperation
Hospital deal clearly protects clinical autonomy from any religious ethos
The citizens in Malahide said they want to know what abortion services might look like. It’s no longer about repeal
The Islington Labour Party of the 1980’s was achingly “right on” and as relevant today as Duran Duran
Why are religious congregations involved in providing private medical care?
Maternity hospital debacle a symptom of public services as favours, not rights
We have 53 diocesan priests with no one under 40 and no one studying to be a priest
The devil is in the detail but so is the opportunity to resolve all issues
Trump faces challenge to get Congressional approval to reshape corporate tax system
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