Same As It Ever Was

Abortion hasn t gone away, you know; rather it s Irish women, some 6,500 a year, who have to do the travelling while, back home, the pro-life movement continues to insist that It Can Never Happen Here. TONY O BRIEN of the Irish Family Planning Association believes it s well past time tht we got to grips with a problem whch, time and again, has dominated public debate while leaving women in the throes of crisis pregnancy to fend for themselves. Interview: Siobhan Long. Photography: CATHAL DAWSON

The problem with abortion in a country like Ireland is...

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