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Friday 31 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

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# Referendum
Referendum website's 'Like' button illustrated bias for Yes vote
The Supreme Court delivers its full ruling into why the Government’s website for the Children’s Referendum was not impartial.
# McKenna Judgement
Martin on Shatter: "Every now and then a bit of contrition would do no harm"
The call from Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin was in response to the Supreme Court ruling last Friday regarding the Children’s Referendum.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think Saturday voting is a good idea?
Which do you think is better…midweek or weekend?
# Referendum
Constituency-by-constituency: How you voted
Which electoral area had the highest proportion of ‘Yes’ votes? Which one had the highest percentage of ‘No’ ballots? And into which top 10 does the Taoiseach’s home constituency fall?
AS IT HAPPENED
The Children’s Referendum count
We keep you up to date on commentary and local results as we await an official national result from the Dublin Castle count centre by mid-afternoon.
# Referendum
Referendum on children's rights passed
The results are in…
# Referendum
Children's Referendum count begins
Results are expected by noon.
# Referendum
Turnout as low as 2 per cent in some polling stations
Will it be the lowest turnout in the history of the State?
# Referendum
Children’s Referendum website corrected after omitting part of amendment
The government’s scaled-down version of ChildrensReferendum.ie needed amending this evening after it omitted part of the referendum being held on Saturday.
# Referendum
Minister: Government acted "in good faith" on referendum information
Children’s minister Frances Fitzgerald says the Office of the Attorney General gave legal advice on the website and booklet.
Voices
Colm O'Gorman: The State failed children, but so too did society
The head of Amnesty International Ireland addresses concerns of the ‘No’ camp in Children’s Referendum – and says the Constitution will still be unambiguous in asserting the status of the family.
# Referendum
Supreme Court says Government's Referendum site 'not fair, equal or impartial'
The Supreme Court says the government’s literature is not impartial, and therefore an inappropriate use of public money.
# Referendum
Children vote on... children's referendum (They went for 'Yes')
Five youth organisations give test poll to those not entitled to vote – but whose lives are most likely to be affected by the outcome.