Two legal challenges to the outcome of the marriage referendum are to be heard by the Court of Appeal at the end of next month.
Roscommon native Jennifer Hough looks at why her home county was the only one with a no majority in the marriage referendum — and the implications of this
The crowd had been gathering in the square at Dublin Castle since before lunch-time on Saturday. It was the sort of thing that doesn’t happen in Ireland – we’re more used to seeing these kind of images from Paris or Athens or other, more colourful capitals. By the time the declaration was made, from a giant screen in the corner, you couldn’t move.