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# 8 March

March 2024
International coverage of referendums focuses on 'shambolic' campaign and 'women in the home'
In pictures: Mixed emotions as Family and Care referendums suffer landslide defeats
McDonald says SF would 'return to' issue of sexist language in Constitution if in power
Polls in Family and Care referendums draw to a close
Voting to get under way as polling stations for Family and Care referendums open at 7am
Attorney General's advice to minister leaked ahead of referendums
Christmas cards and a Supreme Court case: The latest claims about the Family and Care referendums
Voters will go to the polls tomorrow.
Martin and Steen trade barbs in Prime Time debate as referendum campaigns enter final days
The debate was chaired by Sarah McInerney on Prime Time.
Varadkar clarifies Six O'Clock Show comments about upcoming care referendum
Electoral Commission: Referendum poster by Senator Sharon Keogan 'an incorrect representation'
The poster is one of a number printed by the senator in the lead up to the referendum votes on Friday.
Opinion: Yes, the wording is tricky, but I am voting 'Yes, Yes' in the proposed referendums
Ursula Barry
Former president Mary McAleese calls for double Yes vote in referendums
February 2024
Lawyers for No group label referendum proposal as ‘unclear’ and ‘toothless’
Campaign group Equality not Care says proposed change in care referendum is ‘ageist' and 'ableist'
Three weeks out, here's a roundup of where the politicians fall on the family and care referendums
We’re just three weeks out from the vote in March.
All the main political parties have launched their referendum campaigns, with Sinn Féin due to next week.
The Rural and Regional Independent groups do not have an agreed campaigning position on the issues, instead each TD will vote individually.
A number of other Independent senators and TDs are in the No camp or are undecided.
'The wording doesn't go far enough': We asked carers how they'll vote in the care referendum
Some carers told us that they think the wording of Article 42B is insulting, while others are still unsure as to how they will vote on 8 March.
Are you a carer? We want to hear your thoughts on the upcoming care referendum
Green Party launches Yes campaign for upcoming referendums in March
Last year
Referendums on 'women in the home' reference and wider definition of family to be held in March
All time
Poll: Should people go on strike over abortion in Ireland?
Activists threaten strike action if there's no abortion referendum by 8 March