Ireland’s abortion referendum: ‘it’s painful and it’s personal’
The Guardian -

On 25 May, the people of Ireland will vote on whether to relax their harsh abortion laws. We talk to some of the thousands of women who’ve been galvanised by the chance of a lifetime

Social change used to come slowly in Ireland. Now, it cannot seem to come fast enough. Three years ago this month, the Republic voted in favour of same-sex marriage – and became the first country in the world to do so. A year later, Leo Varadkar, who was a number of firsts rolled into one, became taoiseach. At 38,...

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