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Government signs off on the long-awaited redress scheme for the survivors of mother and baby homes

The government has signed off on the long-awaited redress scheme for the survivors of mother an...

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07.35 17 Nov 2021


Government signs off on the long-awaited redress scheme for the survivors of mother and baby homes


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07.35 17 Nov 2021


The government has signed off on the long-awaited redress scheme for the survivors of mother and baby homes abuse. The scheme will be worth 800 million euros. Roderic O’Gorman Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth joined Ciara on the show.

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