It was the son and daughter that won it, as youth revolution sweeps the day
If the newly politicised youth make their presence felt in the general election, it will have profound consequences for change, says Shane Coleman
It's the son (and the daughter) wot won it.
Make no mistake, it was young people that made the decisive difference in Friday's genuinely huge and historic Yes vote for gay marriage.
Not so much through the extra 66,000 of them who registered to vote in the past month - though that could have been hugely significant in a tight vote.