Campaigners make final pitches on eve of Ireland’s abortion referendum

  • Prime Minister Leo Varadkar: “If there is a ‘Yes’ vote, Ireland will still be the same place, just a place that is a little bit more compassionate, a little kinder and a little more understanding than it has been.”
  • Some expatriate Irish were flying home from as far away as Bangkok, Los Angeles and Sydney to cast their ballots in a country that does not allow those abroad to vote via post or in embassies.
By Reuters ·