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Dawn Purvis Dec 16
You have 1.25 hrs to submit yours. Gwan!
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Katherine O'Brien Feb 4
The decriminalisation of abortion in Northern Ireland would not have happened without . Tonight, she has been awarded Parliamentary Researcher of the year. Beyond deserved. 💓💓💓
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Katherine O'Brien Apr 9
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Love Equality NI May 22
Northern Ireland campaigners criticise UK Government failure to deliver full marriage equality NIO “go slow” on allowing religious same-sex marriages and conversion of existing civil partnerships
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Doctors for Choice NI Aug 31
Presently not an option in NI as 1st pill must be taken in clinic despite there being no medical reason to do. has the power to change the regulations and help keep women safe from COVID.
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Ashleigh Topley Apr 6
I’m furious. We have marched, we have lobbied, we have shared our stories and laid our pain & suffering bare. We achieved decriminalisation YET WE STILL CANNOT ACCESS ABORTION IN NI 🤯 The DOH can change this, please just give us the compassionate healthcare we deserve.
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Care3Much: Honkpilled 🔪🦀 May 31
If you, like me, gave a preference in the election please contact them to let them know that this is u acceptable. They have teamed up with the DUP (?!!?) to put limitations on access to abortion for cases of foetal abnormality. What happened to
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Love Equality NI Nov 18
Extend same-sex marriage right to all couples, Conor McGinn says
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Patrick Corrigan Apr 9
Welcome development. The provision of abortion healthcare has been lawful since the regulations took effect at the end of March. The delay in implementing the law change was wholly unnecessary and indeed dangerous. Now for accessible services.
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Caoilfhionn. Apr 1
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Abortion Rights IE Jun 16
Great news! We are one step closer to abortion access in Northern Ireland. Yesterday the House of Lords passed the Norther Ireland abortion regulations by a large majority.
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Northern Ireland Humanists Jan 21
Congratulations to the Republic of Ireland, which has now officially abolished its blasphemy laws. So far, we've secured commitments from all the NI political parties (with the exception of the DUP) to repeal the Northern Irish blasphemy laws.
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Helen 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺 Nov 16
There's not much time left to help to secure the best possible abortion provision for people in Northern Ireland. They gave so much to us during Repeal, give them a hand if you can
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Anna Fearon 🚺💪 Jun 17
The male MPs that voted against abortion for women in NI today are GROSS. Using their power to try & control women’s bodies. Typical behaviour of a man in a patriarchal society. Imagine if women got to vote 🗳on men’s bodies and rights. They’d never allow that.
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Lauren Bennie Mar 31
Forcing a women to travel on overnight ferries & undergo a surgical procedure under general anaesthetic (instead of taking two pills at home) before returning on ferry to NI bleeding & exhausted at any time nevermind during the health pandemic is INHUMANE.
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The FSRH Mar 31
Today the new regulations for abortion care in Northern Ireland come into force. This is a significant day for women who need to access safe abortion care, and for all who have suffered the effects of an outdated framework which penalised doctors
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Danielle Roberts Apr 9
Can't decide whether to have a lie down, a cry, or a margarita. These regulations are far from perfect, the fight will go on.
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Dr. D Jun 21
The new laws in allow safe abortions up to 12 weeks of a pregnancy (and in some other limited circumstances) |
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Doctors for Choice NI Apr 7
Despite abortion now being legal women are being told to put lives at risk & take 8hr ferry to England.All the more shocking when we have abortion services in NI that are ready to go! need to &let clinicians provide safe compassionate care
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Katherine O'Brien Jun 17
MPs have voted in support of the new regulations for abortion care in Northern Ireland!! The FINAL parliamentary hurdle has been passed!! Now, advocates and healthcare professionals can focus on building services to meet the needs of all women in NI.
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