Of course, he has no real idea of whither now because it will not depend on Ireland but the EU and other member states, such as the Czech Republic. Mr Ganley is not a stron euro-sceptic - his thinking is not dissimilar to that of Open Europe, in that he thinks this is an opportunity to reform the European Union, which is going the "wrong" way. That assumes that the "right" way was more or less what people like Mr Ganley had evisaged. Sadly, the truth is that the EU is going the way it was always intended to go.
Michael White in the Guardian gives a sarcastic account of the meeting but the comments so far seem not to be on his side. A hint Mr White: it is not a good idea to talk about numbers being for or against the