Come on, Latvia - pay attention
Someone appears not to have told the Latvian parliament that there's no point any more... They've just ratified the EU constitution, despite the thing being well and truly deceased. Good to see some enthusiasm, but really - what's the point?
Meanwhile, the BBC has a handy roundup of Dutch press responses to the somewhat catagorical rejection of the constitution, while The Guardian does the same for the UK press.
The immediate aftermath? The Euro hit an eight month low against the dollar yesterday, but an alternative take blames this on the dollar, not the referendums. More economics stuff I don't understand here - looks like the stock markets did something or other. I think it's good, but don't quote me on that... I hate numbers.
To things I understand: European Democracy liveblogged the Dutch result and has some good insights, while Guy from Non Tibi Spiro had a good overview of the Dutch situation at Fistful, which may help put the result in context.
Now, of course, we have to wait and see what they come up with. Even the Commissioners seem uncertain of where next.
Interesting times. For a politics geek who doesn't especially care who's in charge - I'm still going to get taxed and screwed - this is great. Time to sit back, put my feet up and happily spectate - while occasionally spouting off about stuff from the depths of the internet, naturally.