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Thursday 5 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Eighth Amendment

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Donegal is the only constituency to vote No in the referendum
The final result was 51.9% No and 48.1% Yes.
It's Yes: Ireland has voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment
More than two million votes were cast, making it one of the highest turnouts in the history of the State.
Roscommon has voted by nearly 60% to repeal the Eighth Amendment
There was an intense media focus on the area in the wake of the same-sex marriage referendum.
'It was the first time I could breathe since I lost my daughter'
Members of the Termination For Medical Reasons (TFMR) have spoken to reporters this afternoon.
'We did it': The messages people have been leaving at the Savita Halappanavar mural
Savita’s parents have said that they are “really, really happy” with the projected referendum result.
Poll: What had the biggest influence on your vote?
In an RTE poll, most people said that they didn’t decide how they would vote during the referendum campaign.
The world's media looks to Ireland as referendum results come in
Many international outlets have noted Ireland’s past relationship with religion and how recent referendums indicate the country is becoming more liberal.
'Women in crisis pregnancy have been told take the boat... today we tell them: take our hand'
Leading political figures have reacted to what appears to be an overwhelming Yes vote.
Counting and final tallies indicate a strong Yes in Eighth Amendment referendum
Will the Eighth be repealed or retained? Find out live…
Most Irish people think referendum posters should be banned
There’s no authority in Ireland to police the claims made on referendum posters.
Landslide: two exit polls predict Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to repeal the Eighth Amendment
Voting has finished and counting will begin at 9am tomorrow morning.
The country has voted in the Eighth Amendment referendum - Here's what to expect from the day
With all the votes cast, all that’s left is to count them.
Ireland goes to the polls in Eighth Amendment referendum
Counting starts at 9am tomorrow and we should have a clear indication of the result by lunchtime.
Complaints made about campaign posters located too close to polling stations
If you see a poster that’s located too close to a polling station, you can contact the returning officer at your polling station.
9 of the quickest reactions to Niall Horan calling for a yes vote
He’s King of Ireland now.
Q&A: The answers to your questions about the Eighth Amendment referendum
You’ve been submitting your questions – and here are the answers.
Referendum day: The world's media watches as Ireland goes to the polls
A number of international media have flown to Ireland for today’s referendum.
Wicklow Council tells woman she can't vote today due to an 'administrative error'
The woman sent in all relevant documents by the deadline, but the council said she could not be added to the supplementary register.
Meet the man who's been collecting referendum leaflets since 1983
Alan Kinsella’s archive dates back almost four decades – and it’s still growing.
Here's your guide to voting in the Eighth Amendment referendum
What time do polling stations close at? What will the ballot paper say?
This is why you're still seeing referendum ads online
Google said that it was blocking ads – but Google isn’t the only way for campaigns to place ads online.
'No' side say proposals too extreme, while 'Yes' calls this a 'once-in-a-generation' chance
Both sides held their last press events on the eve of the Eighth Amendment referendum.
Leo Varadkar: 'I find it difficult to contemplate there being a No vote'
The Taoiseach said opinion polls have been wrong in the past.
Poll: Do you think employees should be given time off to vote tomorrow?
Polls will open at 7am and close at 10pm.
Temperatures on polling day are set to reach 23 degrees
Tomorrow is to be mainly sunny.
Don't be confused at the ballot box - you're voting on the 36th Amendment tomorrow
The Eighth Amendment won’t be mentioned on the ballot paper.
'A defining moment for our generation': Why emigrants are coming home to vote
Thousands of Irish people are coming #HomeToVote in tomorrow’s referendum.
Q&A: Can the 'hard cases' be dealt with while still retaining the Eighth Amendment?
It’s been a big question in recent days.
"It's going to impact my life": Immigrants have their say on both sides of the referendum debate
Only Irish citizens are allowed to vote in Friday’s referendum.
'G'wan Mary Lou!' - Sinn Féin's leader is a hit on the canvass but insists it's no election dry run
McDonald says her first campaign as leader is not practice for a general election.
Pro-life groups secured access to the names and addresses of Irish voters ahead of the referendum
An investigation by and OpenDemocracy has found that at least two pro-life groups have applied for copies of the register for different local authorities.
FactFind: How many doctors support repeal?
There are Doctors for Yes and the Medical Alliance for No – but what are the numbers exactly?
24 emotional #HomeToVote tweets by people coming back to Ireland from every corner of the globe
This country is definitely at its best when it’s time to come #HomeToVote
Taoiseach asks employers to be 'flexible' on Friday so staff can get home to vote
Varadkar said some people have to make long journeys home to vote.
Each side playing the blame game as fallout from the Prime Time debate no-show rolls over
Cora Sherlock has denied pulling out of last night’s Prime Time debate.
Poll: Have you decided how you will vote on Friday?
Opinion polls on Sunday indicated that 14%-17% of people are still undecided about how they’ll vote.
How many women in Ireland request abortion pills? How safe are they? Are they illegal?
And how much will they cost if abortion is legalised in Ireland?
Nora Owen says she was 'confronted' and 'attacked' in Leinster House during the 1980s abortion debate
Fine Gael women who served as politicians in 1983 joined female politicians from the current Dáil to discuss the Eighth Amendment.
'If you vote No, abortion will not stop, we'll just export it to England'
John Halligan has appealed to men, in particular, to back the repeal of the Eighth Amendment.
Simon Harris heckled by anti-abortion campaigner at large Yes event
The activist approached TDs Catherine Murphy and Roisin Shortall on the street after the press conference.