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For our special issue on the Repeal the Eighth referendum

BRIAN

There has always been unwanted pregnancies and abortion. The Eighth pushes this fact under the carpet, leaving vulnerable people in Ireland not properly cared for. We need to stop the dangerous pretence; we need to repeal.

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