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Ireland 'need a more permanent reception solution' for Ukrainian refugees

Reports today that Ireland’s capacity to take in Ukrainian refugees is reaching its limit. The Cabinet have been privately warned that around 10,000 people maybe be left without accommodation by the end of the month. So how can we house all these people? 

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17.32 7 Apr 2022


Ireland 'need a more permanent reception solution' for Ukrainian refugees


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Reports today that Ireland’s capacity to take in Ukrainian refugees is reaching its limit. The Cabinet have been privately warned that around 10,000 people maybe be left without accommodation by the end of the month. So how can we house all these people? 

Tanya Ward, Chief Executive of the Children’s Rights Alliance and Anna Bazarchina is a barrister, originally from Ukraine joined Kieran on The Hard Shoulder...

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