Taoiseach wants to see end to Priory Hall problems
The Taoiseach has told the Dáil that he would like to see the situation that is keeping families from their homes at Priory Hall ended after facing criticism over the Government's handling of it.
The Taoiseach has told the Dáil that he would like to see an end to the situation that is keeping families from their homes at Priory Hall ended.
He was responding to criticism from Fianna Fail leader Michael Martin that the Government is refusing to help residents because of an ongoing court case.
Michael Martin said it was an exceptional situation and said that the Government must examine with Nama if the thousands...
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