Four key developments in the row over ownership of the National Maternity Hospital site

Opposition heaps pressure on government over the site of National Maternity Hospital as Dublin Bay South by-election approaches

23rd June, 2021
Four key developments in the row over ownership of the National Maternity Hospital site
St Vincent’s Hospital Group has ruled out selling the site to the state. Picture:

The Dublin Bay South by-election is approaching fast and there is no end in sight to the row over the ownership of the site for the National Maternity Hospital.

At Leaders’ Questions, all four opposition speakers focused on the proposed deal to build the new hospital on a site in St Vincent’s Hospital, which is owned by the Sisters of Charity.

The temperature has risen due to the statement issued by St...

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