It's claimed two women, who have attempted suicide more than once, have been refused abortions in Ireland.
The Abortion Support Network has told The Times Ireland Edition both were immigrants who needed visas if they were to travel to the UK for a termination.
One of the pregnancies had been diagnosed with a fatal foetal abnormality.
ASN founder Mara Clarke says "they were basically told they were not suicidal enough. One of the women was refused a visa to travel for an abortion and attempted suicide for a third time... It led to the termination being carried out much later than it should have because of the delay"