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Pól Mac Mathúna PBP #RepealTheSeal Nov 5
can break the law, a supreme court judge can break the law, can lie to the Dáil no consequences But a single mother who happens to find a partner is treated like a criminal?
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Christine O'Mahony 🇮🇪🇵🇸🎄 Oct 28
Government finally realises they are in breach of EU law, a big thank you to the solicitors, campaigners, victims and experts.
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Camilla Fitzsimons Oct 26
Great turnout at today’s protest in Phoenix park against the Act. This has touched a nerve and is not going away
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Ellie Stone Oct 27
Unseal the Archive. Repeal the Seal. The women and children of this country deserve so much better
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Dorcha 🕰🌜✨ Oct 25
Michael D said “my hands are tied but yours are not” and has restored my faith in people power once again.
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jean Coonan Oct 30
Ban on selling baby clothes, it's an awful pity former politicians didn't feel da same about selling babies
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nwl Oct 29
Examiner today reports, Cabinet ministers [plural and there's only 15 of them] "admit the government is 'badly shook'" by and Stephen Donnelly latest pie-to-face, commencing a victims tribunal which isn't supported by the victims.
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Holly Cairns TD Nov 4
The Taoiseach confirmed that personal data access requests will be given, not just in relation to the Mother and Baby Homes commission, but also for the Ryan report and McAleese archives.
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SDLP Youth Nov 6
Replying to @SDLPyouth
Solidarity with victims and survivors of mother and baby homes, we believe they must have their rights to access personal information upheld. Motion passed tonight...
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una dunphy Oct 28
An acknowledgement that this is an issue of public concern! Will all Government emails claiming people were being FOOLED BY ONLINE TROLLS!! and it was an unfortunate COMMUNICATION ERROR!! now be withdrawn?
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alexandra 🤡 Oct 31
the government isn't actually walking back any decisions on the m & b homes archives they're spinning their decisions access will be decided on a case by case basis but ppl can be denied access & the info there can be unreliable anyway we need to totally
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Sean O'Mathuna Oct 28
Happened to my grandmother. Snatched from her inconsolable mother at 3yrs old and convicted of destitution, released at 18. All at the behest of her grandfather & the parish priest.
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Common Sense Oct 27
As husband & father - what is clear to me is that elements of & in the past have done things related to that ANSWERS & closure are needed for the victims!
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cg Oct 31
Thanking every single person who was able to make it today. The fight doesn’t end here. Identity is a human right
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Caoimhe Butterly Oct 29
The work of and everyone at for and so many other campaigns, has been so powerful. Survivor and affected-community led, urgent and accountable, is modelling what impactful grassroots solidarity can look like.
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Pat Mehone Oct 30
Replying to @Mappermick
Saturday... The next instalment....🤔 Of The Government LIED about the Attorney General advice on the Mother and Baby Homes. To silence Sinn Féin and campaigners
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Réada Cronin TD 😷 Oct 28
Again a huge volume of mails on . Anxious to reply to all personally although there are some issues with Spam. Let's keep going for our women.Let's make sure they have their day.
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Mick Caul 😷 Nov 15
A group of victims and survivors of have written to the Minister for Children Roderic O'Gorman to express "deep concern" with what they say has been the "seismic human rights abuses" arising from the controversy.
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Dr Sinéad Ring Nov 3
Great piece by Germany has so much to teach us about reckoning with the past.
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The Everyday Magazine Nov 18
The adoptees’ rights group Aitheantas petition to ‘Repeal the Seal’ has gained over 160,000 signatures so far.
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