Concerns as Irish abortion services start
By Leanna Byrne BBC News NI
3 January 2019
Seven months and nine days ago, 1.4 million people in Ireland voted to remove its anti-abortion laws.
What (Taoiseach) Irish PM Leo Varadkar called a "quiet revolution", had culminated with a day when the Eighth Amendment was repealed.
Irish Health Minister Simon Harris hailed the passing of the legislation as a "new era for Irish women".