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# 8th amendment

Last year
The long road to Repeal, a timeline of abortion law in Ireland
All time
Harris lobbied by pharmacists' group and pharma company on free contraception
Timeline: The history of abortion in Ireland
Harris says abortion legislation doesn't mention the word 'abortion' for legal reasons
Campaigning for Repeal: 'My hijab made me a target. My brown skin made me a target'
Somaya Mahmud
Ruth Coppinger: No Leo, this wasn't a 'quiet revolution'
Ruth Copppinger
Observers from the UK, US and Canada monitored the Eighth referendum
Irish viewers were emotional watching the Gogglebox folk discuss last week's referendum
Column: 'We need to learn from how we treated each other during the referendum'
Philip Kirwan
GPs to hold emergency meeting to discuss referendum result
Archbishop says he is 'deeply saddened' by referendum result
'We owe her family a great debt': Calls for abortion legislation to be named Savita's Law
Harris to seek permission to draft abortion legislation over summer
'Stepping out from under our shadows': How international media reacted to the referendum
This is why you're still seeing referendum ads online
Don't be confused at the ballot box - you're voting on the 36th Amendment tomorrow
'You have to examine your conscience': What tipped the scales for someone who voted for the 8th in 1983?
'Please come home Mam, I'm in agony': Parents of women who had crisis pregnancies urge Yes vote
'She was not a baby with a fatal foetal abnormality, she was my baby, and she was perfect'
Vicky Wall
John Bruton: 'Abortion ends a life. Once it has happened there is no going back'
John Bruton
'If you vote No, abortion will not stop, we'll just export it to England'
'I realised she didn’t want me to get pregnant because that would impact me so much with chemo'
Watch: We put your questions to the chair of the Referendum Commission
'It's not right for a woman to be criminalised for having a choice to her own body and her own quality of life'
What would you like to ask the head of the Referendum Commission?
On the fence on the 8th? Here are the interviews everyone should listen to before May 25th
Families of those who died in road accidents 'upset' at placing of white crosses in Donegal
'I was in pain all the time': Pregnant woman denied treatment for 'gangrenous ovarian cyst'
'Our access to basic healthcare is determined by whether we can afford it, our visa status, our passport and our language'
Two Irish women told us what it was like being students during the 1983 Referendum
'I'm not amoral, not stupid, and not promiscuous. I took every precaution. I still got pregnant'
12 little things you can do to switch off if the referendum is getting too much for you
13 songs for Yes that you need to get you through to May 25th
The deadline to register to vote is today, here's what you need to know
'I am Irish': Modern Family's Sarah Hyland on the need to repeal the 8th Amendment
Anti-amendment Dún Laoghaire bucked the national trend in '83. We went to talk to locals this week
Q&A: Here's how many women and girls travel to the UK for abortions
8 out of 10 voters in this area backed the Eighth Amendment in '83. We went to talk to locals this week
'It seems disingenuous that now a referendum about abortion is on the cards, women are now front and centre of Fianna Fáil'
Q&A: Why has the government chosen 12 weeks as the general time limit for abortion?