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In 2010, Paul Gill spent 25 days walking the length of Ireland, from Mizzen to Malin, to highlight the then-new blasphemy law. Today he is asking you to vote Yes to remove the crime of blasphemy from our constitution #BlasphemyRef

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Peter Hinchliffe of Atheist Ireland debates the Irish blasphemy law. Peter is advocating a Yes vote while Michael Reidy advocating a no vote.

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Atheist Ireland’s Human Rights Officer, Jane Donnelly debates emeritus professor of communications DCU, Colum Kenny on the Irish Blasphemy law for TheJournal.ie.

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Kirsty Murphy outlines the aims of the Separate Church and State Group at Atheist Ireland’s blasphemy law meeting in Cork this week

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Michael Nugent, chair of Atheist Ireland gives a one minute call for YES in Friday’s referendum on the blasphemy law

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