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Posts Tagged ‘ Protection Of life During Pregnancy Bill ’

News in Brief – IMF Here To Stay As Anti-Semites Attack Shatter

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Our Troika days may be numbered but the IMF won’t be leaving just yet, according to the Mission Chief (a misleadingly exciting title if ever there was one). Nope, officers of the IMF could be here well into 2015 to make sure we don’t be bold with our budget again. It’s reported they’ve all developed a taste for the Guinness and can’t remember the way home, that’s the official line anyway, reality is they want to keep their eyes on Enda et. al. to make sure we’re still paying back every bit of bailout we owe. The Mission Chief (seriously, sounds like an astronaut or something) has said we could still be settling our debts up to 2023 but for now, he’ll only be checking in for sixth monthly visits. Byyeeee!

There’s been some particularly troubling protesting going on in West Limerick after a selection of anti-Semitic posters were put up across Sugar Hill Bridge. The posters, that appeared overnight, largely carry the sentiment that Alan Shatter is some kind of cartoon Jewish villain that’s trying to turn our country into Palestine. Whilst this kind of attitude is not acceptable in contemporary society, points are awarded for imagination, what Shatter’s faith has to do on his role in government is undefinable. Laughable really, like the poster that uniquely referred to the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill and called Enda Kenny, Enda Herod. Honestly lads, he’s a big enough head already without thinking he’s a king! Continue reading

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Changes Made As Protection Of Life During Pregnancy Bill Is Unveiled

Earlier yesterday afternoon, the Cabinet concluded and agreed the Protection Of Life During Pregnancy Bill 2013. In short, this means that in certain circumstances it should now be legal for a woman to receive a medical termination if her life is at risk due to the pregnancy.

The meeting this morning came after discussion was deferred yesterday, due to on going disagreements. The final wording of the legislation has now been agreed on, and is due to be published shortly. Once it’s published, the process of passing the legislation through the Oireachtas begins. TD’s will get a chance to examine the contents in the Dáil. Continue reading

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