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Proclamation not "harbinger of Educate Together" says Mansergh and consititution's private property safeguards hamper efforts to solve housing crisis

1st April, 2016
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Government officials and politicians are warning that the next government faces unforeseen spending pressures which will threaten the viability of election promises, according to the lead in the

Irish Times.

- Ireland, along with Britain, is set to become the most obese country in Europe within a decade according to a study in the Lancet.

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