Minister Stephen Donnelly been accused of proposing to “jail people for silent prayer” by introducing a law targeting pro-life activists that would “be like dragging Ireland back to the time of the penal laws”
Gript can reveal that the claim made by Minister Stephen Donnelly - and repeated on Drivetime - that 14% or 1 in 7 women had experienced “protest” and “intimidation” while seeking abortion is not confirmed by any rigorous research, but is based on an online survey by the Abortion Rights Campaign.
Pro-Life America is turning heads across the globe with news breaking barriers such as the leak showing the Supreme Court is set to overturn Roe v. Wade - and of course following shortly after the newly announced Oklahoma Bill which states that it will protect human life all the way up to the moment of conception.
NIAMH UÍ BHRIAIN: Jack Chambers - who now says he has changed his mind on abortion - is chasing this elusive thing called the pro-choice voter. He is as deluded as he is unprincipled.
"If you were a reluctant ‘Yes’ voter in 2018, you may be shocked that your vote is now being used to push abortion on demand right up to 6 months of pregnancy."
The National Women’s Council (NWCI), which has been sharply criticised in the past week for excluding swathes of women with differing views, has met with Ministers and Department Officials at least one hundred and sixty times over the past two years, it has been revealed.
An attempt to hijack the UK Government’s flagship Health and Care Bill with an extreme abortion proposal has failed, in a significant pro-life victory, with Diana Johnson MP’s amendment (NC50) not going to a vote.
Peadar Tóibín, TD, Leader of Aontú, is Keynote for Global Leadership Forum. Live Webinar & YouTube Event will feature Distinguished Special Guests this Wednesday, Dec 09, 7:00PM (New York Time); 12 Midnight (Ireland)
REPORT: Bravo to all the superb pro-life TDs for speaking so powerfully and articulately and with great compassion - and for ensuring tonight's debate on late-term abortion in the Dáil.
I thank Deputies Bríd Smith, O’Reilly and Shortall for raising this issue. I agree with them and, more importantly, so do many practitioners providing services to women in crisis. We have come a long way in this House working together on these issues. We should be ensuring that we continue to protect the rights of women during this time of a global pandemic.