Survivors of Magdalene laundries have rejected Taoiseach Enda Kenny's apology and demanded a fuller admission from the government and the religious orders involved.
That is not an apology. He is the Taoiseach of our country, he is the Taoiseach of the Irish people, and that is not a proper apology.
Another survivor Mary Smyth said she endured inhumane conditions in a laundry, which she said was worse than being in prison
I will go to the grave with what happened. It will never ever leave me.
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