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Bríd challenges Minister Coveney on Housing Standards

Brid asked Minister Simon Coveney if he is going to bring in any legislation to deal with scandalous exploitation of homeless people and vulnerable tenants. Coveney is the Minister responsible for housing and potentially the next Taoiseach. His response was

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Simon community report on homelessness – when will the government respond?

Brid Smith TD speaking in the Dail today

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Coveney’s housing plan – help rich developers get richer!

With homelessness at record levels all the government plans are about is helping rich developers get richer. Shame on them!

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Brid supports homeless occupation in Bray

 

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Press Statement- Bríd Smith TD calling Michael Noonan to halt NAMA sale

Press Statement- Bríd Smith TD 26/04/2016 People Before Profit calls on Minister Noonan to halt NAMA sale.

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Bríd speaking in the Dail on attacks in Brussels, solidarity with refugees and housing crisis

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People Before Profit’s Housing Policy

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GOLDRUSH IN PROPERTY SPECULATION – AND WE ARE GIVING THEM TAX BREAKS

The news that Green REIT is putting a multi-million property portfolio onto the market turns the spotlight onto Ireland’s latest property bubble. Green REIT bought up a vast amount of property after the Celtic Tiger crash and is now making

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GOVERNMENT CAUSING HOMELESS CRISIS BY FAILING TO BUILD SOCIAL HOUSING

The Junior Minister with responsibility for housing, Paudie Coffey has finally admitted that there is an ‘emergency situation’ after a shocking RTE documentary appeared on housing. Brid Smith, from People Before Profit said, ‘This government is speaking a different language

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LABOUR PLAY-ACTING OVER FINE GAEL

The Labour Party worked happily with Fine Gael for four years but has suddenly discovered that they are a party for the rich. Joan Burton has started to warn about a ‘lack of balance’ if Fine Gael started to rule

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