Talk:Jack McQuillan

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I know he was strongly against the Anti-Partition Campaign and wanted the clause claiming northern Ireland removed from the constitution when Ireland declared itself a republic. He thought it was wrong to claim northern Ireland against Unionist wishes and stopped good relations between fellow Irish people. Know of any references about this? The description in wiki of the Mother and Child scheme sounds about right. Most of the bishops were neutral or actually in favour of the scheme, many doctors were against it, but the main opposition was in the government itself but quoting the bishops to cover themselves. Dmcq (talk) 14:05, 26 March 2008 (UTC)