With counting underway after Friday's vote on whether to liberalize Ireland's restrictive abortion laws, exit polls point to a landslide victory for repealing the current ban. The main anti-abortion campaign has also conceded defeat. Jacob Greaves reports
In a landslide, the people of Ireland have voted to repeal the eighth amendment of its constitution, which outlaws abortion. Abortion has been illegal in the country since 1861, but it was written into..