IRELAND has voted on whether to legalise abortion in a historic referendum. Thousands of women from Ireland had been forced to seek terminations in Britain because they were prohibited from obtaining them in Ireland unless their lives are in danger. The exit polls suggest this vote will change everything. When was the abortion referendum in Ireland? The polls officially opened on May 25, with many Irish citizens around the world flying home to cast their votes. Around 2,000 residents on islands off Counties Donegal, Mayo and Galway went to the polls on Thursday, a day ahead of the rest of the country. They are voting on a referendum on whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment of the constitution, which prevents the Irish Government from legalising the procedure. The Government intends to allow terminations within the first 12 weeks in the event of a yes vote. Counting began on the morning of Saturday May 26, with a result expected later in the day. What do the Exit Polls say? Two … [Read more...] about When are the Ireland abortion referendum results released, what do the exit polls say and is abortion illegal in Northern Ireland?
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Back in 2016, the European Commission released a series of proposals entitled 'Clean Energy for All Europeans'. The name is fairly self-explanatory. The proposals came hot on the heels of the Paris Agreement of 2015, which all EU countries had committed themselves to. They were an attempt to make the 20th century electricity system look more like the one we will need in the future: one powered increasingly by renewable energy and whose benefits were open to all, not just the traditional suppliers. Cheap and clean energy for households The facts speak for themselves. The cost of solar panels has dropped on average by 10 percent every year since the 1980s, so much so that generating one's own electricity has in principle become cheaper than buying it from the grid in much of Europe. Despite all this potential, the commission recognised there were reasons why masses of consumers were not queuing up for solar panels, so it set about removing some existing policy and administrative … [Read more...] about [Opinion] More commitment to renewables from Council, please
the release has not been seen in a welcoming light 0SHARES Share Tweet Email PESHAWAR: The release of the 25 persons initially convicted in Mashal Khan case has raised questions about the efforts of the provincial government of K-P which was also a party to the case. The convicts have been released on account of being in prison for the past 10 months whereas their appeals against the conviction in the court are yet to be heard. For reasons and complex legal procedures best known to the parties to the case, the release has not been seen in a welcoming light. Tayyab Sheikh Published in The Express Tribune, March 13th, 2018. Like Opinion & Editorial on Facebook, follow @ETOpEd on Twitter to receive all updates on all our daily pieces. Read more: Latest , Letter , release of 25 convicts Read full story Recommended Stories Mashal Khan murder: Top court urged to overturn stay on sentencesSlain student’s father accuses govt of backtracking on forcefully … [Read more...] about Release of Mashal Khan case convicts
PUBLISHED: 17:00 12 March 2018 George Sessions Leyton Orient duo Sandro Semedo (right) and Aron Pollock celebrate after making their full debuts for the club against Mansfield Town on April 30 2016 (pic: Simon O'Connor). Simon O'Connor Photography Ling was let go by O’s in the summer of 2016, but worked hard and is now back at the club. Pollock and Moncur need to try and follow his lead Leyton Orient head coach Justin Edinburgh on the touchline (pic: Simon O'Connor). Justin Edinburgh has challenged Aron Pollock and the other players recently released by Leyton Orient to prove him wrong. Pollock bid farewell to Brisbane Road last Wednesday, departing by mutual consent after struggling with injuries since signing his first professional contract in the summer of 2016. Meanwhile, Freddy Moncur exited the O’s on February 9 and more youngsters are set to leave the E10 club in the coming months. Edinburgh revealed letting players who are either academy graduates or in … [Read more...] about Justin Edinburgh and Sam Ling keen to see released Leyton Orient youngsters Aron Pollock and Freddy Moncur come back strong
THE NEW Justice Secretary David Gauke has claimed the Parole Board followed the “correct” procedure in releasing sick “black cab rapist” John Worboys.But the minister admitted the fact victims were only informed of the decision via the media showed that an urgent review is needed.Mr Gauke used his first appearance from the despatch box since moving roles to say as a “priority” there would be a review of the procedures and transparency of the Parole Board.He told MPs it would report back before Easter after the decision to allow free Worboys just nine years after he was jailed for a string of vile attacks has sparked fury.And the decision not to follow up all of the 102 complainants against the 60-year-old former stripper has also raised serious questions about the police and Crown Prosecution Service.Speaking about the case Mr Gauke said: "I express my unreserved sympathy to all of the victims; they will never erase the emotional trauma of his crimes … [Read more...] about New Justice Secretary David Gauke claims Parole Board followed ‘correct’ procedure in releasing ‘black cab rapist’ John Worboys – but admits review is needed on how victims are informed