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DEFIANT Enda Kenny hit back at pro-life protesters who branded him "worse than Herod" and accused him of breaking his promise not to legalise abortion.
A total of 25,000 campaigners descended on Dublin at the weekend to call on the Government to abandon plans to legislate on the divisive issue.
Denying claims he is a traitor, the Taoiseach insisted the new legislation will allow babies to be aborted to save mothers' lives only.
Mr Kenny said: "I'm not in the business of liberalising abortion and I'm not in the business of legalising abortion.
"What we have here are rights established by the …