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Nulty, Patrick

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Leaders' Questions (Continued)

Why did the Labour Party not impose a financial transaction tax? It is Labour Party policy.More Button

Report of the Expert Group on the Judgment in the A, B and C v. Ireland Case: Statements (Resumed) (Continued)

My contribution will be different in emphasis from Deputy Bannon's but what is important in the debate in this House and elsewhere is that we respect everyone's views. As citizens of a republic, w...More Button

The current abortion debate and the tragic cases that are now in the public domain end the convenient fiction that pregnant women in this country receive all the medical treatment they require. ...More Button

That circumstances arise in which abortion is necessary to save a woman's life has been routinely dismissed by those who oppose abortion as some kind of abstract ideological construct, invented by ...More Button

It did not consider the interference with the rights of applicants A and B that the court also found. The court held that it was for the Government to decide how to address the situation of these ...More Button

We know that at least 4,000 women travel to Britain each year for terminations. The figure does not include those who do not give Irish addresses or those who travel to countries such as Spain o...More Button

For any progress to be made, the Constitution must be addressed. To hold a third referendum to attempt to exclude the threat of suicide from the right to termination of pregnancy in Article 40.3...More Button