Eoghan Murphy survives – and the housing crisis continues

Eoghan Murphy is safe for another six months at least, but all eyes will be on Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe to see if he can deliver a ‘housing budget’

27th September, 2018
Eoghan Murphy at the launch of the National Implementation Plan for Housing First. Pic: RollingNews.ie

"I will not be hounded out of office by personalised advertising campaigns and attacks against me,” declared Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy.

And Fianna Fáil had taken any tension out of the matter, by declaring weeks in advance that it would not be breaching its confidence and supply agreement with Fine Gael by supporting Sinn Féin’s no confidence motion.

Fianna Fáil housing spokesman Darragh O’Brien said that not...

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