Irish Human Rights Commission calls for comprehensive Magdalene redress scheme
Proposed scheme would provide individual compensation, restitution and rehabilitation for the survivors
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-Amend the Local Authority (Sanitary services) Act 1948, to ensure a rigorous system of accountability and oversight in relation to the granting of licenses for exhumations and cremations.
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Cormac represents the morbid depths of Irish paddy journalism. He's a shrill feminist and politically correct feces thrower who offers no content or iPatrick Kavanagh's poem 'A Christmas Childhood' in Ireland
There were only two wise men, the Sine Brothers from The Golan Heights. Heading to Damascus they got lost and met an Arab called Al-Gebra who pro-portHollywood star Gabriel Byrne brands new Pope as little more than a ‘figurehead’
Back to Gabe BYRNE, He does not realize that the church has been on going for over 2000 yrs. sometimes bad, most of the time for the good. The pope