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Tens of thousands march to Dáil to protest water charges

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

10th December, 2014

The presence of tens of thousands of anti-water charge protesters in the streets surrounding the Dáil is certainly another warning shot for the government.

There is no reliable figure for how many people have actually turned out on a bitterly cold day in Dublin.

Trade unionist Brendan Ogle, who one of the organisers of the Right to Water protest march, is probably over optimistic in saying that it could reach 80,000. Garda estimates...

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