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Holy show feared as Pope’s visit clashes with students’ hunt for digs

There are fears that the Pope's visit could cause havoc for those searching for accommodation in Dublin this August

27th May, 2018

Students might be left praying for divine intervention when the Pope comes to Ireland, as there are fears that his visit could cause havoc for those searching for accommodation in Dublin this August.

Pope Francis will visit Dublin on August 25 and 26 as part of the World Meeting of Families. “With Leaving Cert results coming out in mid-August and the first round of the CAO out on August 20, we do expect to see...

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