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    Default Boundary Commission report on Local Election boundaries

    It's due later today, so let the commentary begin!
    Local Electoral Area Boundary Committee - Home Page

    Adrian Kavanagh is already Tweeting the background.
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    Word is that it will be out at 5pm but something may leak before then. Anxious moments for county and city councillors throughout the country ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenmount1 View Post
    Word is that it will be out at 5pm but something may leak before then. Anxious moments for county and city councillors throughout the country ...

    Good they will have a restless day wallowing in their troughs...........

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    We know Dublin is getting more local seats, will be interesting to know what areas are getting how many seats and what will be the boundary changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RahenyFG View Post
    We know Dublin is getting more local seats, will be interesting to know what areas are getting how many seats and what will be the boundary changes.
    I was preparing a submission based on Dublin postal areas but didn't make the deadline. I do hope they keep the integrity of north an south sides.
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    Am hearing reports that it's out but can't find it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith-M View Post
    It's due later today, so let the commentary begin!
    Constituency Commission - Home

    Adrian Kavanagh is already Tweeting the background.
    https://twitter.com/AdrianKavanagh

    Will be interesting to see what Political parties will benefit from the changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrygold View Post
    Am hearing reports that it's out but can't find it myself.

    It's not linked on eith the CC or DoE websites. Big Phil wouldn't be doing a strategic leak by any chance (he has form)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RahenyFG View Post
    We know Dublin is getting more local seats, will be interesting to know what areas are getting how many seats and what will be the boundary changes.
    What about 'We must all do more with less' - Brendan Howlin
    The country is bust - Pat Rabbitte

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    Quote Originally Posted by realistic1 View Post
    Will be interesting to see what Political parties will benefit from the changes.
    The parties that will benefit are those that have higher levels of support in the cities (esp. Dublin) and poorer support in less populated areas. Labour should be the big beneficiaries and FF the big losers.
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