11 women travelled from Ireland to Britain every day last year to have an abortion, new figures revealed yesterday. Taoiseach Enda Kenny said it was time the women of Ireland have the rights they deserve enshrined in law.
We had 21 years of inaction, 21 years of inaction.
What's going on here is medical clarity and legal certainty for the women of our country who have had a constitutional right conferred upon them.
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