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Column: Here's what a politician does during the summer
The Dáil and Seanad may not be voting but that doesn’t mean TDs and Senators are on holidays. In fact, the summer months are when a lot of important work gets done, writes Anne Ferris TD.
Poll: Should the government legislate for assisted suicide with safeguards?
Yesterday, Marie Fleming was told in the Supreme Court that her ‘right to die’ appeal was being dismissed – but a judge said that the Oireachtas could legislate to deal with cases such as this.
Labour "has not voted against idea of legislating for abortion", says TD
Deputy Ann Phelan made the comment following the defeat of Clare Daly TD’s abortion bill in the Dáil last night.
Government WILL publish report of Expert Group on abortion ruling
James Reilly wants to publish the report on the A, B and C ruling after it’s discussed by ministers next Tuesday morning.
Thousands attend rally in Dublin city centre
Gardaí said that between 10 – 12,000 people attended the rally, which was one of a number held around the country in the the wake of the death of Savita Halappanavar.
Sinn Féin to table Dáil motion calling for legislation for X Case
Meanwhile, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has met with the Indian Ambassador to Ireland, Debashish Chakravarti, to discuss the death of Savita Halappanavar.
Poll: Should Ireland legislate on the X Case ruling?
It has been 20 years since the Supreme Court ruled on the X Case but no legislation has been brought forward. Is now the time?