Yes Equality
in The history of marriage equality in Ireland
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Following the Pantigate controversy RTÉ, the national broadcaster, paid compensation to people named on a Saturday night chat show as homophobic. The compensation was paid out of television licence fees, without consultation. This chapter examines the broadcasting implications and political debates that followed.

The history of marriage equality in Ireland

A social revolution begins

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