Henry McDonald

Guardian and Observer

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Ireland correspondent for the Guardian and Observer

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Abortions are illegal in Ireland, even in cases of rape or incest.

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In Ireland, how influential is the Roman Catholic Church? In the 1980's, voters soundly rejected both divorce and abortion.

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