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5Oct/09Off

It’s a Yes.

Posted at 11:22 am by Hugh Hamill

67.13% For on a turnout of 59%, the referendum was passed.

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  1. The swing to Yes was massive and the majority massive. Thank you, Bloggers for Europe, for your part in shaping realistic and positive perceptions.

    Now comes the hard part, making the European Union work better under Lisbon Treaty rules. Are you going to continue?

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