Tuesday August 4, 2020

SBP editorial: Housing calamity is a generational event

2nd September, 2018

The Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, has come in for considerable criticism in recent days. Charities have taken him to task over spiralling homelessness numbers, and sections of the opposition are toying with the idea of a tabling a no confidence motion. In the background, there is a simmering tension over his supposed “posh boy” image.

Let us be frank. Ireland’s housing calamity is a national disgrace. But pinning the blame on one...

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