Anti-social behaviour brings misery to the lives of Ireland’s invisible ‘other half’

Anti-social behaviour brings misery to the lives of Ireland’s invisible ‘other half’

‘To see how the other half lives” is a phrase used when the rest of us catch a glimpse of how the wealthy disport themselves. At a more mundane level, it is possible to live and work and play in our capital city and only rarely if ever encounter how

We may not experience the class distinction still apparent on the neighbouring island but our own middle class rarely interacts with the residents of the poorer conurbations. We have built our capital city in such a way as to easily facilitate this separate existence.

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