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# fatal foetal abnormality

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Health Minister to meet couple who settled wrongful termination case
Couple who settled wrongful termination case to send formal letter to Health Minister
Couple who settled High Court actions in wrongful termination case want meeting with Health Minister
Peadar Tóibín tells Dáil that family at centre of Holles Street termination case believe it was an "illegal abortion"
Couple at centre of Holles Street abortion case 'utterly, utterly devastated'
Q&A: Does the Eighth have to be repealed to legislate for fatal foetal abnormality cases?
Pro-choice group fears wording of abortion referendum will be too limited
'Some parents have to open the coffin every two hours to put in ice-packs so remains stay cool'
Gerry Edwards
Woman subjected to 'grossly offensive comments' on fatal foetal abnormality on 98FM show
A couple are live-tweeting their trip to the UK for an abortion due to a fatal foetal abnormality
'I cannot save my daughter, and it destroys me. The one kindness we can do is shield her from pain'
Mick Wallace's bill on fatal foetal abnormalities has been defeated
Explainer: What is Mick Wallace's abortion bill and why is it causing so much controversy?
Daly reads woman's letter: 'My son's ashes will be delivered along with Amazon and eBay purchases'
Taoiseach: 'Abortion bill is bad for women and medically inadequate'
Poll: Should TDs get to vote how they want on the fatal foetal abnormality bill?
'The pain and suffering is etched in my memory': TD takes emotional stand during fatal foetal abnormalities debate
FactCheck: Who got it right in this abortion debate between Ruth Coppinger and Cora Sherlock?
Irish couple on the difficult choice they faced after their baby was diagnosed with a fatal foetal abnormality
Women shouldn't have to sell household items or take out short-term loans to afford an abortion
Nick Beard
'I was walking around with my baby growing inside me knowing she could die at any moment'
Arlette Lyons
Paul Bradford: "There are no such babies as babies with fatal foetal abnormalities"
Belfast court rules abortion should be available in cases of rape and fatal foetal abnormality
'In Ireland, Helen would go to jail': Graham Linehan speaks of wife's abortion after fatal foetal diagnosis
'Strange': Rebel TD kicked off committee after he seeks abortion hearings
We all have dreams as young girls. Having a termination is not one of them.
Rebel TD kicked off committee after just ONE day
Other families' bravery made me talk about my daughter Ella - Boyd Barrett
My child was diagnosed as 'incompatible with life' but I'm glad Clare Daly's bill was voted down
Tracy Harkin
Column: Why does this Government refuse to hold a referendum on abortion?
Donal O'Keeffe
'A shameful abandonment': Just one Labour TD defies party as Clare Daly's abortion bill voted down
'I was raped. Legislating for abortion in rape cases wouldn't go far enough'
"We can assure you, not a person on this earth wanted our babies to live more than we did."
Leo: We've no mandate for abortion referendum, Mick Wallace: That's horseshit
"Please don't force a woman to grow a baby that is going to die"
'No matter what anyone says to you, you're a mammy and a daddy now'
Opinion: Changes to abortion laws should be decided by referendum – with balanced information for voters
Niamh Ui Bhriain
Irish women with fatal foetal anomalies stuck on UK hospital waiting lists
It looks like Labour's next manifesto will commit to widening Ireland's abortion laws
Opinion: 'At the heart of Irish law is an inescapable fact... we are second class citizens'
Amanda Mellet