This day 49 years ago – 10 May 1972 – a referendum was held on whether Ireland should enter the European Economy Community (EEC).

83.1% of voters supported the move, which Taoiseach Jack Lynch described as “a great tribute to our people's innately sound judgement.”

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Ireland has done well being in the EU. Quite rightly so. Ireland is a more prosperous and richer country than the UK. Scotland should make the next move. #ScottishIndependence
 
A reminder that the DUP are the original Eurosceptics. They voted against EEC membership (as did the SNP, Sinn Fein & Plaid Cymru & the UUP) pic.twitter.com/cRuQJCl7Qw
 
 
 
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