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Dublin: 12 °C Saturday 30 May, 2020

The Father Ted house got a wonderful visit from the Yes campaign

Ah go on.

THE YES CAMPAIGN has officially reached the Father Ted House.

The Yes bus pulled up to Craggy Island (or ahem, Clare) solidifying the parochial support from Dougal and the gang.

The image has been lighting up Twitter since Graham Linehan retweeted it yesterday, making it official, ‘The Father Ted house says yes!’

The house’s owners Cherly and Patrick are fully on board the Yes campaign.

Not only that, Mrs Doyle aka Pauline McGlynn was spotted showing her support outside her former dwellings last week.

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