Homelessness charity Depaul expects to be hit hard by Brexit

21st October, 2018

Homelessness charity Depaul will be “undoubtedly impacted” by Brexit, according to its chief executive Kerry Anthony.

“We don’t have a government in Northern Ireland, so who is fighting for the Northern Ireland community in the Brexit negotiations?” she said.

Depaul, which provides more than 27 services in Dublin, Belfast, Derry and Dungannon, runs a shared executive team and resources across the island of Ireland.

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