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# Seanad Abolition

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James Reilly "honoured" to join Seanad he once called "very undemocratic" and with "no power"
Enda Kenny tells the Seanad: ‘I come in peace, not in war’
Five-day weekend: The Seanad sat for just two days this week
"I voted No. I was disappointed with how the campaign went." - FG senator
Kenny: I've a busy schedule but I'll talk about Seanad reform as soon as I can
Jigsaws, ‘The Beatles’ and €20m: Fine Gaelers rue ‘dreadful’ Seanad abolition campaign
Taoiseach had 'no difficulty' releasing Seanad referendum documents - but he didn't
The Seanad is here to stay as referendum defeated
'Sometimes in politics you get a wallop': Taoiseach on referendum result
'It went down badly on the doorstep': Taoiseach's decision not to debate criticised
'We got the Twitter out': Norris explains No side's 'success' in Seanad referendum
Fianna Fáil: We put forward arguments which demolished Fine Gael and Sinn Féin
Dublin set to reject Seanad abolition as referendum result to be tight
Get out the vote: Polls open across the country for two referenda
He won't do any TV debates but here's Enda Kenny's pre-referendum message
Fianna Fáil: 'This government is up to something more than just Seanad abolition'
McDowell's big book and 17 tweets from last night's Seanad referendum debate
Fine Gael uses giant jigsaw to argue for abolition of 'hijacked' Seanad
Labour: 'The case for retention of the Seanad has failed'
Round 2? Unclear if Martin will debate Bruton again on Vincent Browne tonight
'The €20m figure is absolutely authoritative': Fine Gael is sticking to its guns
We may be about to abolish it, but how has the Seanad ended up as it is today?
Poll indicates Seanad referendum will pass, but a fifth don't know how they'll vote
Everything you need to know about the Seanad referendum but were afraid to ask
Taoiseach: Micheál Martin is looking for notice and an opportunity
Martin: I'm turning up for Seanad TV debate... but no one knows if the Taoiseach will
'Breaking Bad? Oh that's great stuff': TDs talk TV at another Seanad photo-op
Over two dozen academics urge No vote in Seanad referendum
The Reform Alliance is calling for a No vote in the Seanad referendum
Martin to Taoiseach: 'You're adopting tactics that would make Libertas or Youth Defence blush'
Column: Seanad abolition would see group-think prevail in our political system
Senator Sean Barrett
Martin accepts RTÉ invite to debate on Seanad abolition but Taoiseach not keen
How much will Seanad abolition save? Quinn doesn't know, but Hayes says it's €20m
Column: Politicians love talking about change, but it's time to go beyond words and abolish the Seanad
Simon Harris TD
Everything you need to know about the Seanad referendum but were afraid to ask
Mathews: ‘The Seanad is like a car with 90-day brakes and I like to be in a car that has brakes’
'I can't kiss you on the lips': Little talk of Seanad as Gerry Adams canvasses in Dublin
Here's how the Dáil will pass legislation if the Seanad is abolished
Fianna Fáil thinks Seanad abolition is 'transparently ridiculous', but Fine Gael disagrees
‘Do I get the brown envelope?’: Minister meets mixed reaction on Dublin canvass