3.) in 300 words Explain what surrogate motherhood is, and examine the morality of this practice as described in the New York Times article ‘India Nurtures Business of Surrogate Motherhood’ from the points of view of both act utilitarianism and Kantian theory.
Another blow to the agreement came on December 5th when Whitelaw called back to Westminster to negotiate with the Trade Union. This was huge blow to this agreement, because soon after Francis Pym succeeded him, Pym, did not contributed a lot the agreement because he had very limited background knowledge in Northern Ireland, despite this the Edward Heath, British prime minister supported Pym policies in NI, this created huge disagreement and opposition in Unionist Community to this agreement because of the participation of southern Ireland government in Council, they thought that this would give the southern government some sort of legitimacy over the NI, in contrary to that the Unionist had no say over the South’s affairs, which they thought is unjust. For instance, one of the request of this agreement is that the Article two and three to be withdrawn from Northern Ireland’s constitution, this would in some way interpreted to that the Southern Government have some kind of constitutional right over Northern Ireland, although the Southern Government argued that these changes were only illustrative, however the Unionist and others were not convinced As part of this agreement, one of the demand from British government to Irish Government, the requested that the Irish government to hand over IRA affiliate to Northern Ireland‘s government. However this was problematic for the Southern government because of widespread torture and violence against IRA member in NI. The in many ways this concept of torture could not be strongly argued by the British government at the time because huge level of violence between the Catholic and the police forces, consequently, this was another reason for the failure of the agreement. In many ways, the wrong policies of British government were seen as reasons for failure Sunningdale Agreement, regardless if they were made intentionally or not for this deal to succeed, in particular, The Unionist were very angry that the British Government gave an excessive Powers to Northern Ireland Council, and in some way the blamed Heath for being insensitive to the situation of the Ni.>GET ANSWER