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# Seanad referendum

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James Reilly "honoured" to join Seanad he once called "very undemocratic" and with "no power"
The government won't be doing any Seanad reform after all
Senator admits his two-day week 'gives the impression the Seanad is full of dossers'
BAI upholds part of complaint about Newstalk 'attack' on Taoiseach
The day Enda got a political wallop and 7 other moments that defined the political year
Column: Politics in Ireland is eating itself
Colm Ó Broin
Taoiseach clashes with Fine Gael TD over Seanad referendum campaign
"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
Everyone's talking about reforming the Seanad, but how could we do it?
Adams 'rejects' efforts to make brother's conviction 'a party political issue'
'He probably should have done it': Kenny's TV debate refusal divides politicians
East-west divide? Referendum map shows how the country split on Seanad
Jigsaws, ‘The Beatles’ and €20m: Fine Gaelers rue ‘dreadful’ Seanad abolition campaign
Column: The Seanad 'No' vote was the first step towards political reform
Larry Donnelly
Reform Alliance seeks debate and wants directly elected Seanad
Taoiseach had 'no difficulty' releasing Seanad referendum documents - but he didn't
The Seanad is here to stay as referendum defeated
‘Reflection’ the buzz word but Taoiseach and Tánaiste appear open to Seanad reform
The Irish people said 'No' to the power grab - Micheál Martin
Taoiseach defends debate decision: 'I answered questions here, there and everywhere'
'Sometimes in politics you get a wallop': Taoiseach on referendum result
Here's how the country voted in the Seanad Referendum
'A great day for Irish democracy': Senators and Fianna Fáil toast referendum win
'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
'We don’t really simplify things that are straightforward': Ballot papers cause confusion
PIC: Low turnout reported as voters decide on Seanad and Court of Appeal
PIC: If you haven't voted yet these are what your two ballot papers will look like
Get out the vote: Polls open across the country for two referenda
Confusion and not obstruction was reason for government’s defeat in the Seanad
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'
Minister expects low turnout and senators to respect referendum result
TD publishes bill to set 7am to 10pm polling hours in stone
McDowell's big book and 17 tweets from last night's Seanad referendum debate
'The question is carried, isn't it?': The moment the government was defeated in the Seanad
Vincent Browne's Seanad debate