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# Vote

Last month
November 2023
Premier League fails in bid to block loans between associated clubs
The vote means Saudi-owned Newcastle will be able to bring in Ruben Neves from Al-Hilal should they so wish.
Last year
Scotland to hold second independence referendum in October 2023
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is ‘ready and willing’ to negotiate with Boris Johnson to hold a legal vote.
Australia set to go to the polls in expected close election
Scott Morrison’s conservative government is seeking a rare fourth term in office.
Switzerland set to vote on ban of animal and human pharma testing
Opinions suggest that the proposal by animal rights defenders is highly unlikely to pass at the poll on Sunday.
All time
Polls close in Dublin Bay South after first election of the pandemic
40% of voters cast a ballot in the constituency.
Taking a knee and other forms of athlete protest to be banned at Tokyo Olympics
The IOC has approved a recommendation from its own Athletes’ Commission to curtail the right to protest on the field of play.
Scottish independence would be like Brexit on a rocket to Mars, Lib Dem leader warns
Scottish party leader Willie Rennie said now is not the time for another referendum on the issue.
Swiss voters narrowly back ban on full facial coverings in public places
Polls had indicated a slim majority supported the move, in a vote that comes after years of debate.
Switzerland to vote tomorrow on whether to ban full facial coverings in public places
Polls indicate a slim majority support the move, in a vote that comes after years of debate.
Premier League to stay with three substitutions as 10 clubs oppose increase
Advocates of allowing five substitutes believe it is vital for player welfare.
US state of New Jersey votes to legalise recreational marijuana
It is the 12th state in the US to do so.
Stander among shortlist for 6 Nations Player of the Championship
Three Frenchman are nominated and will hope to be their country’s first recipient.
The Explainer: Is assisted dying going to become legal in Ireland soon?
Gino Kenny’s Dying With Dignity Bill passed through the Dáil recently – we look at the journey to get there, and what happens next.
Swiss voters appear to reject proposal to limit number of EU citizens living and working in country
Projections based on partial counts indicated that most voters had rejected the measure.
Dáil to sit in Convention Centre for Taoiseach election vote
The cost of holding the sitting in the centre will be discussed on Wednesday.
MEP Maria Walsh defies FG and supports motion to block controversial Shannon LNG terminal
A motion to veto the ‘Projects of Common Interest’ list because is contains 55 fossil fuel projects was rejected by MEPs.
It’s a tie: Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil all at 22% in exit poll
The exit poll was commissioned by RTÉ, The Irish Times, TG4 and UCD and carried out by Ipsos MRBI.
Kerry to keep status quo as motion to change captaincy rule defeated
Delegates voted on the issue at a county board meeting this evening.
Eyes on February election as Varadkar schedules parliamentary party meeting for Friday
Will Leo cut and run?
Poll: Who’ll win the 2020 All-Ireland senior football championship?
Will Dublin be dethroned?
Murphy claims bill 'unconstitutional' as Dáil debates Sinn Féin's rent freeze legislation
The bill would see rents frozen for the next three years.
US Congress set to vote on reaffirming support for Good Friday Agreement today
The vote is due to take place at 11.30pm Irish time today.
Bougainville to vote on becoming world’s newest nation - and Bertie Ahern is involved
The former Taoiseach is the chair of the Bougainville Referendum Commission.
African players 'not respected' in Ballon d'Or vote
‘Western media dominate our media,’ says Samuel Eto’o.
MEP Maria Walsh defends voting down move to enhance rescue operations for migrants
The European Parliament rejected the vote asking member states to step up efforts to save asylum seekers making the crossing.
Exit poll shows Greens will top European poll in Dublin amid big gains for the party
The exit poll has Ciarán Cuffe on 23%, with Fine Gael’s Frances Fitzgerald on 14%.
Poll: Will you be voting today?
Polls close at 10pm.
Here's your quick guide to the divorce referendum
Get up to speed.
Quiz: How much do you know about Irish referendums?
Test your knowledge here.
'Come on Arlene!': How the British papers are covering the latest Brexit twist
MPs will vote on Theresa May’s deal for a third time today.
Taoiseach: 'It is not going to be a case of everything being alright. Brexit is bad news'
The DUP is set to resume discussions with the British government on Monday ahead of an expected third Westminster vote.
Some US Republicans side with Democrats to block Trump declaring a border emergency
Trump tweeted “VETO” this evening in response to the vote.
'Croaky Horror Show': How Britain's newspapers are covering the latest Brexit defeat
A glum Theresa May features on many front pages this morning.
Congress rules on Donegal Super 8s motion and use of county grounds for other sports
The motion to stop Dublin using Croke Park as a home venue was defeated in Wexford today.
Australian government suffers first major defeat in nearly 100 years over refugees bill
Prime Minister Scott Morrison last week ruled out calling a snap election if his government was defeated over the “stupid” bill.
Explainer: How will today's no confidence motion play out - and what happens next?
The vote on Jeremy Corbyn’s motion is at 7pm tonight. May is expected to survive.
'It's time to take stock': Former Brexit secretary urges Theresa May to delay Brexit vote again
David Davis said that it was time for the UK “to take stock” ahead of the planned crucial vote.
These are the referendums coming up in 2019 - and a few after that
Which way will you vote?
Bangladesh prime minister re-elected amid violent clashes in which at least 17 people were killed
Opposition politicians have condemned the election as “farcical”, claiming vote-rigging took place.
What is the long-term impact of Peter Casey's result on Irish politics, if there is one?
Ireland may be resistant to the temptations of populism but we are not immune, writes Larry Donnelly.