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26/05/2017

Next Taoiseach Must Listen To Alternative Solutions To Housing Crisis - SF

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has said the next Taoiseach "must listen to policy alternatives for ending the housing crisis".

Mr Adams made the comments following the revelations that twelve families and thirty children presented at Garda stations on Tuesday night because they had nowhere else to go.

Teachta Adams said: "The housing and homelessness crisis is a direct result of the policies pursued the current government and previous administrations.

"This didn't happen by chance and it is not an accident that it is getting worse.

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