Oh aye?

Theresa May ‘must prove she is a feminist by imposing abortion reform on Northern Ireland’

Theresa May has been accused of betraying the legacy of the suffragists by failing to impose abortion law reform on Northern Ireland.

The Prime Minister has insisted that Ulster’s strict abortion laws can only be relaxed by the power-sharing government at Stormont, as abortion is a devolved issue.

But with the Northern Ireland Assembly suspended for the past 16 months, Mrs May is under pressure to pass laws in Westminster to bring Northern Ireland into line with the rest of the UK, following a landslide vote in the Republic of Ireland to liberalise abortion laws.

Err, we’ve already said this is something for the people of Northern Ireland to decide. So, we must let the people of Northern Ireland decide, no? Instead of being all colonialist about it?

10 comments on “Oh aye?

  1. I would think that half the feminists are cynical opportunists for whom any argument, no matter how specious, is worth trying because they feel a need to murder the young.

    And the other half reject British “colonialism” and think the North ought to be part of the South and so the Republic of Ireland’s law should apply there.

    In the meantime I think the British and Irish governments should give the unborn foetus as much care, concern and rights as baby Canadian harp seals. How many inquiries have we had to determine if aborted humans are killed quickly and cleanly? How many inquiries have sought to determine how much pain an aborted foetus is in before it is killed? How much regulation is actually enforced on abortionists?

  2. The FFC is through and through, wall to wall BluLabour and nowhere more so than in feminist wrongdoing.

    She spews marxist feminist jargon ( “mansplainning”) like a sick and ugly songbird and as her classic “Vietgirlz” nonsense proves.

    Shame she can’t get by without the DUP eh?

    I tend to think last years June result was another act of Providence. Had Ugly got the majority she wanted she would simply have delivered a Brexit stitch up with a nonchalant “Tough Shit Leave” and already have pushed thro her increasingly tyrannical program helped by her womi troops.

  3. Under pressure from *whom*?
    Oh, Baroness Chakrabarti: yes, clearly an expert on Ulsterwomen and undoubtedly a reliable source of information (in some alternate universe).

  4. Shows why some people want to stay in the EU.

    They hate the Monarchy but want a Prime Minister to issue edicts for them.

  5. ‘following a landslide vote in the Republic of Ireland to liberalise abortion laws’

    Some democracy. Your neighbors get to vote; you don’t.

  6. Conservative leader has gone up slightly in my view on this. Devolved powers are just that, even if you’ve devolved ’em to people you don’t like.

  7. @Mr Ecks

    Had Ugly got the majority she wanted she would simply have delivered a Brexit stitch up with a nonchalant “Tough Shit Leave”

    + 1 – I said same after election announced.

  8. @john 77

    Re: Shamless Chakrabarti:

    Queen of the nanny state Ms Wollaston – allegedly a Conservative MP – was on C4 News this evening demanding Ulster voters & MPs must be ignored and abortion imposed.

    Wollaston, Perry, Thornberry etc a perfect example of why females should not be MPs

  9. @ Pcar
    Ms Wollaston was selected in an “open primary” – one not restricted to Conservative voters – to be a candidate allegedly representing the Conservative Party. So “allegedly” is correct.

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