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Vogue Williams reacts to the removal of Maser’s ‘Repeal the 8th’ mural

She wants people to vote to repeal the right amendment on the 25th of May.

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Vogue Williams has restated her pro-choice stance ahead of the upcoming referendum.

She was moved to tweet about the issue when Maser’s repeal the 8th mural was removed by Dublin City Council for a second time.

The mural was on the side of the Project Arts Centre, with the venue’s permission, and featured a heart with the words “Repeal the 8th” contained within it.

The soon-to-be mum tweeted, “You may take down the mural but don’t worry we will always wear it with pride! #repealthe8th #prochoice.”

It has been removed twice now, the first time following complaints and this time due to the artwork breaching the Charities Act 2009 because it is viewed as “political activity” and not in line with the centre’s “charitable purpose”.

The Projects Art Centre have complied to remove the image so as not to lose their charitable status.


Vogue and Maser used to be a couple but have remained close friends since their split.

She has been vocal about being pro-choice ahead of the referendum on the 25th of May which led anti-choice supporters calling her “bizarre”.

Amy Huberman also spoke out this weekend to express her support for the campaign to repeal the 8th amendment.