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# Magdalene Laundries

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VIDEO: Enda Kenny issues formal State apology to Magdalene survivors
Kenny “deeply regrets and apologises unreservedly” to Magdalene women in emotional speech
In full: Enda Kenny’s State apology to the Magdalene women
LIVE: Dáil debates the findings of the Magdalene Laundries report
Government to make 'specific announcements' on Magdalene report on Tuesday
Micheál Martin: 'I do feel a certain degree of guilt over Magdalene Laundries'
Shatter drops strong hint that Taoiseach will apologise to Magdalenes
Oireachtas agenda: Child protection, children's hospital and Magdalene apology
FF table motion calling for State apology to Magdalenes
Magdalenes 'absolutely delighted' after meeting with Kenny and Gilmore
Apology is 'fundamentally important' as Magdalenes meet Taoiseach today
Lisa McInerney: Magdalene atrocities happened because society allowed them to
Lisa McInerney
Howlin says State 'must acknowledge Magdalenes and make amends'
Column: Magdalenes deserve the respect they were denied for so long - and a proper apology
Aaron McKenna
FF table Dáil motion to call for formal Magdalene apology
Taoiseach and Tánaiste to meet with Magdalene survivors
"An apology needs to be addressed" - Labour puts pressure on Taoiseach
This is how the world reacted to the Magdalene Laundries report
Justice Department got no specific legal advice on Magdalene report response
Micheál Martin apologises for omitting Magdalenes from redress scheme
Labour TDs say government needs to apologise over Magdalene Laundries
Shatter refuses to admit State's involvement in laundries was wrong
'We still live in a Magdalene Ireland'
SIPTU calls for financial compensation for Magdalene survivors
In numbers: the report into the State's role in the Magdalene Laundries
'State must finally accept its role': Amnesty responds to Magdalene report
Magdalene Laundries report finds direct State involvement
Pressure on Government as Magdalene Laundries report due
'Margaret died of her slave-related injuries': a Magdalene daughter shares her story
Magdalene Laundry report to be published next week
Newspaper ad from 1838 lays bare how society viewed those in Magdalene Laundries
A life unlived: 35 years of slavery in a Magdalene Laundry
Justice for Magdalenes group call for 'dignified debate' ahead of tonight's motion
Motion on Magdalene Laundries to be moved next week
"We got one egg a year" - survivors' submission provides evidence of State interaction with Magdalene Laundries
Final report on Magdalene Laundries delayed to year-end
Archbishop suggests investigation into Magdalene Laundries