Readers Blog: Oireachtas needs mandate to change abortion law

In 1983, aged 21, I voted againstthe Eighth Amendment to the Constitution designed to ban abortion in Ireland. At the time, a crisis pregnancy was a very real possibility ...

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Readers' blog: Gong for brass neck goes to Fianna Fáil

At this time of the year in the midst of the annual award-giving frenzy, the gong for brass neck must surely go to Micheál Martin and his pals in Fianna Fáil. ...

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Readers Blog: We are living in a ‘fraud state’

In law, fraud is a deliberate deception to secure unfair or unlawful gain, or to deprive a victim of a legal right.

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Readers Blog: Recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

Irish4Israel welcomes the decision of the American government to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. For more than 2,000 years the Jewish people have yearned ...

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Readers Blog: Pope prevented violence by not referring to the Rohingya

Pope prevented violence by not referring to the Rohingya.

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Readers blog: Irish soldiers could be blameless casualties following Trump decision on Jerusalem

US President Donald Trump’s announcement that the US now recognises Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, is arrogant, incorrect, and dangerous.

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Reader's Blog: Don’t drop rugby stars who go abroad

Christmas is upon us and the year is ending. The reindeer will pull Santa’s sleigh and deliver the children’s toys. And the sports writers will reflect, ...

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Readers' Blog: Retention of Eighth a no-brainer

Last Sunday I attended the Pro Life National Conference in the RDS in Dublin. There were excellent presentations from all speakers. However, when I went home I was ...

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Readers Blog: UK pointless to negotiate trade deal with Europe

Speaking to a Sky News reporter last week Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee made the following statement: “We have been very, very clear ...

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Readers Blog: More time needed for smooth Brexit

The solution to the Brexit/border issue is a much longer timeframe. Both British and Irish governments must ask for more time from the EU to sort out delicate border ...

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