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Housing First could well be a quiet success

An initiative aiming to help long-term rough sleepers which has worked wonders in other countries, is already showing huge promise

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
30th September, 2018

The Five Lamps in Dublin’s north inner city has a little place in Irish political history. It was here that Mick Wallace was stopped by gardaí and warned about using his mobile phone while driving. Former Justice Minister Alan Shatter made this public after being tipped off about it at a time when Wallace was highlighting the penalty points scandal.

Last week there was another significant political moment near the Five Lamps,...

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