I’m a definite No voter in the upcoming referendum so it’s interesting to consider what ‘our’ side is up against.
With slight exaggeration – All major Irish political parties, all of Europe, the UN and the Vatican.
Ok, all the governments of Europe, the people weren’t actually asked for their opinion. I know Kofi Annan is no longer Secretary General of the UN but he is generally seen as a UN man. And I’m sure the Pope/Vatican is agreement with the Irish bishops who have effectively urged a Yes vote.
Wouldn’t it be great to give the lot of them the two fingers?