Passing of Children's Referendum could be challenged
Speculation is mounting this evening that the passing of the Children's Referendum could be challenged in the courts.
It follows the Supreme Court ruling just 48 hours before polling day, which found that the government's information campaign was one-sided in favour of the Yes campaign.
The controversy has sparked questions about whether the Referendum Commission should have been solely responsible for the production and distribution of information on the ballot.
Ray Kelly of the Unmarried and Separated Families of Ireland has said that it was an unfair referendum and the NO campaigners will now consider a legal challenge: