A 4,000-page report into Mother and Baby Homes will be handed over to the Government later today.
It's expected the Commission of Investigation report won't be made public for a number of months, while it's reviewed by the Attorney General.
Survivors of these homes were told earlier this week that they will be able to access their personal records through GDPR, in a U-turn by the Government.
What we’re committed to as a Govt is that all these records, from the Mother and Baby Homes Commission & previous inquiries, should be properly archived in a dedicated centre that will facilitate research and help tell the story of this dark chapter of our past. pic.twitter.com/xRJa5G4pfB
— Micheál Martin (@MichealMartinTD) October 29, 2020
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