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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: -1°C

# No vote

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Argentine senators vote no to legalisation of abortion
The staunchly catholic country had been voting on whether or not to become just the third Latin American country to entirely decriminalise abortion.
'Ireland shedding its old skin', but will that include Fianna Fáil?
While the celebrations were all about women, when the dust settles, there will be a political aftermath to deal with.
There was talk that Dublin Castle would be muted. That is not what happened
There was talk that there would be a much more muted, sombre celebration at this referendum result. But how wrong people were.
Leo Varadkar: 'I find it difficult to contemplate there being a No vote'
The Taoiseach said opinion polls have been wrong in the past.
Micheál Martin says making up his mind on abortion has been a 'long and challenging process'
The Fianna Fáil leader said each person ‘has a personal responsibility as a citizen’ to decide where they stand on the issue.
Coveney: 'I approach the abortion issue from a pro-life perspective, but we need to end the status quo'
For the first time, the Tánaiste speaks of his family’s own personal tragedy in pregnancy.
Why did Roscommon-South Leitrim vote No?
It was the only constituency to do so.
People are defending Roscommon/South Leitrim after yesterday's No result
Leave Roscommon/South Leitrim alone!
Ireland may have said Yes to gay marriage, but Australia won't be following suit
Gay marriage was explicitly outlawed in Australia in 2004.
This election candidate got ZERO votes
He says he definitely voted for himself.
'Shitebags' is now trending on Twitter in Glasgow
The anger is palpable.
No plans to revisit abortion laws, in spite of severe criticism from UN
The UN Human Rights Committee is urging the Government to revise its “highly restrictive” abortion laws.
Direct Democracy Ireland appeal for a no vote in Court of Appeal referendum
The political party say establishing a Court of Appeal will have ‘unintended’ consequences to the justice system.
Civil servants' trade union urges members to 'vote no' to Croke Park II
The Association of Higher Civil and Public Servants have said the proposals were “unfair” and “disproportionate” on its 2,700 members.
Secondary teachers' union to recommend No vote on pay proposals
The ASTI says public sector workers have already contributed enough, and savings should be made through the tax system.
Croke Park 2: Four unions to launch joint No campaign
The INMO, IMO, CPSU and Unite are to launch their joint campaign against the Croke Park proposals tomorrow.
Paschal Donohoe's office graffitied after no vote
The Fine Gael TD said he found it ironic that “the people who are making accusations of cowardice, carried out this act under the cover of night”.
In pictures: Twitter's reaction to #EURef
How the Twittersphere reacted to Ireland’s decision to vote Yes in the Fiscal Compact referendum…
'Govt has been sent clear message they have to get their act together' - Brian Hayes
Junior minister says government has to reach out to people who are frustrated with their prospects and living standards.
A 'Yes' vote likely says poll of small firm owners
Small Firms Association survey states that 83 per cent believe a yes vote likely but members would welcome a growth package.
Support for Yes side falls in one of three new referendum polls
Three new polls on the Fiscal Compact treaty referendum are to be published in tomorrow’s papers with results released this evening.
Referendum: First of three polls shows Yes campaign continue to lead
The number of undecideds has fallen but they will be crucial to deciding the outcome of the Fiscal Compact referendum next week, according to the latest poll.
Updated: Bruton suggests Ireland could vote again... then 'retracts' statement
The Jobs Minister said that Ireland could be asking for a second referendum if it voted no, but he later retracted that statement during a debate in Dublin this evening.