Tuam babies: How the English ‘sent back’ unmarried mothers to Ireland


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Note: In the blog post one paragraph misquotes Garrett. This is how the paragraph should read: “There was a threefold system in Ireland to deal with ‘unmarried mothers’ – the Church-run Mother and Baby homes forming one part, but a greater number of women were resident in the County Homes and Magdalen Asylums – the former was local authority-run and over which the Church did not have any say.”

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