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Cervical check campaigner receives voting card for his wife 3 years after her death

Cervical Check campaigner Stephen Teap joined Shane Coleman to discuss his reception of a voting card for his wife 3 years after her death.

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12.48 4 Feb 2020


Cervical check campaigner receives voting card for his wife 3 years after her death


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12.48 4 Feb 2020


Cervical Check campaigner Stephen Teap has called for reform in Ireland’s electoral register after a voting card was sent to his home for his wife Irene almost 3 years after her death.

He joined Shane Coleman and Kieran Cuddihy on the show this morning to discuss.


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