Back Room: Forget the referendum result, there are bigger fish to fry.

The truism that winners write history was never more apt than in Dublin Castle after the Seanad referendum result was announced.

12th October, 2013

The truism that winners write history was never more apt than in Dublin Castle after the Seanad referendum result was announced. The certainty of the No campaigners about what the vote meant and their unequivocal demands for immediate action on Seanad reform by the government was entirely predictable and understandable.

The campaign collective that fought and won the battle to keep the Seanad comprised a lot of unusual bedfellows - virtually an A-Z of Senators...

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