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Subject Watch clips of the TDs who SPOKE UP FOR YOU this week and who never fail to STAND UP FOR THE UNBORN!👣
Date December 17, 2021 9:00 AM
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17th December 2021
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READ (#1s) : (#1s) It’s been a strange week but Wednesday’s vote offers reasons to be hopeful (#1)

WATCH: Clips of the TDs who SPOKE UP FOR YOU this week and who never fail to STAND UP FOR THE UNBORN! (#2)

SHOP: Christmas Connect: Sponsor a BabyBox and MamaBag this Christmas! (#chriwt)

SHOP (#cc) : (#cc) Stay in touch this Christmas. Order Christmas cards today! (#cc)

APPLY NOW: Virtual Internship with the PLC (#VS)
It’s been a strange week but Wednesday’s vote offers reasons to be hopeful ()
Co-sponsors of the Bill pictured with pro-life volunteers: Mattie McGrath, Peadar Tóibín, Michael Healy Rae, Peter Fitzpatrick, Carol Nolan, Michael Collins, Sean Canney, Éamon Ó Cuív and Danny Healy Rae ()

On Wednesday evening, 37 TDs voted against the Government’s blocking amendment and in favour of ensuring that unborn babies are given pain relief before late term abortions.

The list of TDs who opposed the Government's blocking amendment includes: 15 Fianna Fáil TDs, 4 Fine Gael TDs, 17 Independent TDs and 1 Aontú TD.

While the overall result was not what we wanted, the foetal pain bill received almost twice as many votes as a similarly worded amendment got in the immediate aftermath of the 2018 abortion referendum. So, by any measure, a clear improvement on where we were just three years ago. And as Carol Nolan TD pointed out on Wednesday, if there had been a straight up vote in the Dáil without the Government’s blocking amendment, it’s even possible that a majority of TDs would have backed the bill this week.

It was a strange few days in Leinster House in the lead up to the vote. There were lots of anxious whispered conversations between TDs as they figured out what stance to take.

Thanks to the sponsors of the foetal pain relief bill, TDs were forced to confront the reality that late-term abortions are happening, and that the present law is so brutal and extreme it doesn’t even provide for merciful pain relief to be given to an unborn baby before his or her life is ended.

The momentum in the Dáil is definitely growing for unborn babies to be given precautionary pain relief before late term abortions. It’s going to take a little longer but the efforts of pro-life supporters over the past week were certainly not in vain.

And once again, our wonderful pro-life TDs delivered. Everyone who voted the right way on Wednesday evening deserves our thanks and congratulations. Please take a few moments to thank the TDs who voted in favour of this measure. You can read more about the Bill and find a list of the TDs who voted to support it here ([link removed]) .

There are lots of other issues we need to focus on as well as providing foetal pain relief. But it’s also important to take heed of what happened in the Dáil on Wednesday as we approach year’s end. In spite of the various stunts pulled by the Government this week, the pro-life side didn’t flinch or falter.

We have reason to enter the New Year filled with renewed hope and optimism about what can be achieved in 2022.
Watch clips of the TDs who SPOKE UP FOR YOU this week and who never fail to STAND UP FOR THE UNBORN! ()
A big thanks to all the TDs who co-sponsored the Foetal Pain Relief Bill and who voted in favour of it this week.

A special word of thanks to all the TDs who spoke in the debate.

Any speeches in favour of the bill that are not included here, will be posted on our Facebook page.
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Here's a clip from Carol Nolan’s EXCELLENT speech in the Dáil on Wednesday ()
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Watch Michael Healy Rae's heartfelt and impassioned plea to fellow TDs on Wednesday ()
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Another EXCEPTIONAL speech from Aontú leader Peadar Tóibín on Wednesday ()
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Thoughtful and considered contribution from Deputy Seán Canney to Dáil debate on foetal pain relief ()
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Mattie McGrath ALWAYS steps forward to defend the unborn. He gave another strong and passionate speech on Wednesday ()
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A clip from Peter Fitzpatrick’s fighting speech on Wednesday ()
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Michael Collins TD making a fervent appeal for the unborn on Wednesday ()
Christmas Connect: Sponsor a BabyBox and MamaBag this Christmas! (#1)
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Stay in touch this Christmas. Order Christmas cards today! (#1)
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Participants on the programme will have an opportunity to network with other young people and develop skills in advocacy, campaign management and project planning.

Internships run for one-week periods and are suitable for second level (Transition year or older) and third level students.

Each intern will do 4 hours supervised work each day and will be working on areas such as social media, contact with members of the movement nationwide, project planning and contributing to support work for women and their babies.

Internships are not paid, however expenses will be covered.

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