Building high-quality temporary homes for people seeking asylum would allow them live in dignity and comfort
At a time when the social and affordable housing crisis is deepening and public anger is rising, Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil saw fit to increase the capital budget on housing by a mere 6.5 per cent
A “mad hatter’s party” was how one local described the very public row between Minister for...
On publication of the March homeless figures Eoghan Murphy said that 600 adults and children had been removed from the count having been 'erroneously mis-categorised' by local authorities. No further explanation was provided
Not content with spending €540 million a year subsidising private rental tenants, Fine Gael is hellbent on subsiding private investment funds to build and lease back homes to the state
In order to justify their abandonment of large-scale public housing provision by local authorities, Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael governments have crafted a discourse that demonises council estates as ghettos and ganglands