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# Referendum
Gallery: Yes and No campaigns make last ditch efforts to secure votes
We’re also taking a look back at some of the memorable images from the campaign …

AS THE BROADCAST moratorium comes into effect, the Yes and No camps in the Fiscal Compact referendum are engaged in some last ditch efforts to make themselves heard ahead of the polls opening tomorrow.

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has been canvassing in Dublin today, while Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has appeared on Sky News in the past hour in the wake of the High Court’s ruling in Pearse Doherty’s complaint against the Referendum Commission.

Gallery: Yes and No campaigns make last ditch efforts to secure votes
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  • Enda Kenny in Dublin

    Enda Kenny canvasses Denise Neary from Mayo for a yes vote in tomorrows Fiscal Treaty Referendum outside Caffe di Napoli on Westland Row, Dublin today. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
  • Gerry Adams at Government Buildings

    Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams speaks to Sky News this afternoon. Image: Sky News
  • Mick Wallace says vote No

    Mick Wallace TD erected a sign in Dublin's Italian Quarter where he is asking the public to Vote No in the Fiscal Treaty Referendum. Photo: Photocall Ireland
  • Nigel Farage

    British MEP and leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage pictured at the Europe for Freedom and Democracy press conference in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin, where they urged a NO vote in the upcoming referendum. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
  • Yes camp

    (LtoR) Campaigners for a Yes vote in the Treaty, Minister for Jobs, Richard Bruton, Leader of Fianna Fail Micheal Martin and CEO of 11890 Nicola Byrne pictured as they take part in a live referendum debate on 'The Last Word' in the Irish Life Centre in Dublin on 17 May. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
  • Labour talk a walk

    The Labour party launched a referendum poster campaign on 25 May, which they claim highlights Sinn Feins track record of getting it wrong when it comes to major decisions. They launched the campaign outside the Sinn Féin shop on Parnell Sq Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland
  • Keeping it casual

    Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (centre) keeps it casual as he arrived at the High Court this morning with Eoin O Broin (left) and Vice President Mary Lou McDonald Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
  • Poster wars

    People walk past a defaced sign against the European Fiscal Treaty in Dublin, ahead of tomorrows referendum. Niall Carson/PA Wire
  • Poster wars

    A poster supporting the EU fiscal treaty is defaced by anti-EU stickers AP Photo/Shawn Pogatchnik
  • What's so funny, Enda?

    Enda Kenny pictured as he canvasses for a yes vote in tomorrows Fiscal Treaty Referendum outside Pearse St DART Station. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland
  • The sky is falling down?

    Toirleach O Murchu (3) dressed as a chicken, stood outside goverment buildings to demonstrate that the " Sky Wont Fall In " if the electorate vote No in the European Fiscal Stability Treaty Referendum. Photo: Sam Boal /photocall Ireland
  • Sorry to interrupt....

    Labour TD Kevin Humphreys, right, talks to Des Redmond while campaigning for a yes vote for the Fiscal Treaty Referendum Photo Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

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