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Topic - Fine Gael
, literally meaning "Family" or "Tribe of the Irish") is the second largest political party in Ireland in terms of parliamentary seat numbers and the largest in terms of local government members and members of the European Parliament. It has a membership of 30,000, and is the largest opposition party in the Oireachtas, the Irish parliament. - Source: Wikipedia
Ireland unveiled a long-awaited bill Wednesday that lays down new rules governing when life-saving abortions can be performed, a point of potentially lethal confusion for women in a country that outlaws terminations.
Debt-mired Ireland is facing a revolt over its new property tax.
Debt-weary European leaders faced voters this month and warned of more hard times ahead, a forecast that made some politicians cry as others tried to comfort their citizens.
From the pews and pulpits, Ireland's Catholics are demanding that the Vatican finally come clean on its role in covering up child abuse.
Ireland's ruling Fianna Fail party faced its worst defeat in nearly 80 years, an exit poll predicted Saturday, as a tidal wave of voter anger swept the Fine Gael opposition into power and crushed the party that dragged Ireland to the edge of bankruptcy.
Ireland holds historic elections this week — a ballot that could devastate the party blamed for the country's dramatic economic reversal and dump it from office after dominating Irish politics for almost 80 years.
The British government said Sunday it is planning to change the marriage law and allow gay couples to have civil partnership ceremonies in places of worship.