There have been complaints in the Dáil this afternoon, after three TDs wore jumpers calling for the repeal of the 8th Amendment.
The Dáil's TV feed deliberately cut to a sideways view, to hide the 'REPEAL' slogan worn by Paul Murphy, Ruth Coppinger, and Richard Boyd Barrett.
The jumpers coincide with a 'Strike 4 Repeal' which has seen thousands of demonstrators demanding the repeal of the 8th Amendment.
Similar jumpers were worn by the TDs last year, in a move later criticised by the Dáil's Ceann Comhairle - but others wore them last night in full view of TV cameras.
It led to complaints from independent TD Mattie McGrath: "I was stopped last week coming in with a daffodil."
One of the three TDs, Ruth Coppinger, says there is no reason to hide the slogans from the world.
"Minster I am wearing a repeal shirt and I hope that the censorship that's going on right now in relation to the camera work, not showing that will end... I don't think we should be censoring the word repeal in the Dáil."