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One of the posters put up by Youth Defence earlier this week. Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland
Dublin City Council

Youth Defence ordered to remove anti-abortion posters

Dublin City Council said that the organisation “had not applied for or received permission” for the anti-abortion posters which appeared in Dublin city centre this week.

PRO-LIFE ORGANISATION Youth Defence “had not applied for or received permission” to put up the anti-abortion posters which appeared in the vicinity of both Government Buildings and Leinster House in the last number of days.

A spokesperson from Dublin City Council confirmed to that the organisation, when contacted, had agreed to “remove all posters themselves.”

They have also “been advised of the protocols in place in the council regarding applications for postering in the city”, the spokesperson said.

The anti-abortion posters, which read “Enda; Don’t Open The Door To Abortion On Demand” and “Enda; All I Want For Christmas Is My Right To Life” had appeared on both Molesworth Street and Merrion Street in Dublin 2.

Read: Alan Shatter condemns ‘obscene and insensitive’ anti-abortion posters >

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