Eighth referendum is splitting opinions, even within families
Comparatively high number of people remain undecided
May 6, 2018
Harry McGee Perrystown
The house is on a corner site on which a second home has been built.
The man who answers the door is in his 50s and it is clear he has thought long and hard about the issue.
“I have no hassle with abortion being allowed for rape or fatal foetal abnormalities,” he says. “I have a serious issue with 12 weeks. On a personal view, also I do not trust any government.”