ALISON O'CONNOR: Minimal change in abortion law is likely, and it won’t please either side

The committee will likely end up recommending abortion in restrictive circumstances, writes Alison O’Connor

Time Travellers for Choice Nem Kearns & Deirdre McGing following a press conference by the Abortion Rights Campaign. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

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