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Polls have now closed and, frankly, it doesn’t look good. Counts in Ireland are gloriously ramshackle affairs, and we won’t get any formal results until tomorrow. Nor are there any published exit polls. Still, the mood on the ground, and the early data on turnout per constituency, suggest that the Pro-Treaty Forces have carried the day.
Originally posted by foxhoundone
reply to post by Britguy
hope its a No vote because the republic will get shafted for their natural gas resources, bit like Scotland and its oil apart from that i don't really want to see T Blair's smug face as EU president
Originally posted by Dynamitrios
If ANYONE knows something before it was even voted, it smells pretty staged to me.
Originally posted by AlwaysQuestion
Personally I see this as bad news. It's going to usher in Tony Blair as EU President and pave the way for the UK.