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IrelandClare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled

22:40  28 may  2019
22:40  28 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The Dublin count in the European elections has been completed with independents4change Clare Daly taking the third seat and Fianna Fáil' s Barry Andrews taking the fourth and final seat . Daly leap-frogged Mr Andrews on the previous count, and expanded her majority on Lynn Boylan' s transfers.

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews at the count centre today. CLARE DALY HAS been elected as the third MEP for Dublin . The Independents 4 Change TD was This was in part due to the fact that, because of Brexit, the person who gets the fourth seat – out of four – won’t be able to take it until the

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited 28/05/2019 European election candidates Clare Daly & Barry Andrews during the European election count at the RDS, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

Clare Daly has been elected as MEP while Fianna Fail's Barry Andrews has taken the fourth "cold storage" seat in the Dublin constituency.

Ms Daly was elected on a total of 87,770 votes while Mr Andrews was elected with a total of 68,952 on the 15th count of the European elections.

The final two seats were filled after a dispute over the transfer of votes which resulted in the count being suspended on Monday night.

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Clare Daly has been elected an MEP and Barry Andrews took the fourth “cold-storage” seat in the Dublin constituency after a day of high drama.Ms Daly , the The final two Dublin seats were filled after a dispute over the transfer of votes, which resulted in the count being suspended on Monday night.

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It was decided on Tuesday to distribute the votes of Sinn Fein's Lynn Boylan instead of automatically electing the last remaining candidates.

Her transfer votes secured Ms Daly the third seat.

The issue is significant because whoever took fourth place will face a wait to formally take their seat.

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited 28/05/2019 European election candidates Clare Daly & Barry Andrews during the European election count at the RDS, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The fourth seat in Dublin is one of two extras Ireland has been allocated as a result of the Brexit vote.

Those candidates who take Ireland's two additional seats at Brussels and Strasbourg will not be able to fill them until the UK actually leaves.

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in Dublin tonight as Barry Andrews and Clare Daly battle it out for the last certain seat and to the European Election count centre in Dublin tonight as Barry Andrews and Clare Daly battle it out for The fourth MEP seat will only come into play once Britain leaves the EU - potentially some time this Elections 2019. Making history: Gogglebox star elected as 'Ireland' s first black female councillor'.

The first three elected , Ciaran Cuffe, of the Greens, Fine Gael' s Frances Fitzgerald and the independent left winger Clare Daly , will automatically go to Brussels and Strasbourg, while Fianna Fáil' s Barry Andrews will Image caption Seven of the Republic of Ireland' s 13 seats have still to be filled .

Speaking after she was elected Ms Daly said: "I hope to bring the same fighting ability that I demonstrate in the Dail (Irish Parliament).

"I really wanted the mandate of the Dublin electorate to be respected, so I was quite prepared if Lynn Boylan's votes had put me out I would have lived with that.

"What I didn't want was sort of behind the scenes legal manoeuvring and stopping the electorate of Dublin's mandate being recognised. The system was ran really well."

It has been some 15 years since Fianna Fail had an elected MEP in the Dublin constituency.

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled © Getty Independents 4 change candidate Clare Daly and Barry Andrews of Fianna Fail are deemed elected to Dublin Constituency of the European Elections at the RDS. (Photo by Niall Carson/PA Images via Getty Images)

Mr Andrews said the result was "brilliant and satisfying".

"We put in so much effort and one of the central parts of my strategy was try to close the gap between what the local election results might be in Dublin and the European elections," he added.

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Counting for the European elections in the Dublin constituency has been suspended until tomorrow morning A disagreement arose between Independents 4 Change candidate Clare Daly and Fianna Fáil' s Barry Andrews , over how There are 13 European seats to be filled across Ireland altogether.

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews have taken the final two European Parliament seats for Dublin . It came after outgoing Sinn Féin MEP Lynn Boylan was This morning, Fianna Fáil requested a simple recount of count 14 - that was quickly completed, and Lynn Boylan' s seats were then redistributed.

"It's a real endorsement of hard work and I think people are listening to us again.

"I see Brexit as a disaster for this island and the relationship between the two islands and for Europe more widely.

"I've been immersed in Brexit policy over the last two years and you don't have to study it to understand what negative impact it is on the island of Ireland.

"If Brexit happens I'm ready to serve in the European parliament.

"I'm not too sure what interim arrangements are going to be made but you get on with life."

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled © Gareth Chaney Collins Ciaran Cuffe during the European Election count in the RDS.

Green Party candidate Ciaran Cuffe took the first seat while Fine Gael's Frances Fitzgerald took the second seat.

Following his election, Mr Cuffe hailed his win as an "auspicious day" for the Green Party in Ireland as he topped the poll with 63,849 votes.

Ms Fitzgerald was elected on the 14th count after polling 59,067 first-preference votes.

Speaking after he was elected on the 13th count, Mr Cuffe said: "Today and this weekend shows young people want to see change.

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All MEP seats in the Midlands North West constituency have been filled . Fine Gael' s Mairead McGuinness was already elected at the weekend Four Dublin candidates have been elected : Ciarán Cuffe, Frances Fitzgerald, Clare Daly and Barry Andrews . However Mr Andrews will only be

I see Clare Daly taking the third seat and Barry Andrews getting the fourth and maybe seat , at 9.30. In Dublin ’ s Blackrock, for instance, tallies suggest a 22-year old Green Party candidate could top In case you were wondering… If Ciarán Cuffe is elected as an MEP , as seems nearly certain

"They have spoken to their parents and grandparents, and the people have voted for an alternative to business as usual.

"I am really heartened by the result this evening but I am so heartened by the (election of) 48 Green Party councillors around the country.

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled © Getty Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan (left) and candidate Ciaran Cuffe (right) during counting in the Local and European Elections and divorce referendum at the RDS in Dublin. (Photo by Niall Carson/PA Images via Getty Images)

"This is an auspicious day and a new beginning for the Irish Green Party."

Ms Fitzgerald, a former tanaiste, said she was "absolutely delighted".

"It's a great vote. I think it's very encouraging in the sense that it is support for the party's approach to Europe and how we have dealt with the Brexit issue over the last number of years," she said.

"I wanted to run for Europe because it's a critical time for Ireland, (there are) huge changes with the UK pulling out.

"It's very challenging for Ireland and a lot of key decisions are going to be taken in the European Parliament."

Her running mate, former SDLP leader Mark Durkan, was eliminated from the count on Monday.

Clare Daly and Barry Andrews elected, as Dublin's four MEP seats are filled © Reuters A poster of prominent Northern Ireland politician Mark Durkan running in European elections is seen in Dublin, Ireland May 1, 2019. Picture taken May 1, 2019. REUTERS/Graham Fahy

Mr Durkan said: "Obviously I would have preferred to record a higher vote.

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"There are issues that were pushing the vote for other parties in this election.

"While Fine Gael's vote increased here as opposed to the last European elections, it's clear that a lot of people in the Fine Gael base felt very strongly that they wanted to see Frances returned and I picked that up on doorsteps."

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