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''The tone of the talks have not been in the spirit of trying to find a solution for families''

A report of the Government working group has found that the State could be left with a bill of up...

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17.27 1 Oct 2021


''The tone of the talks have not been in the spirit of trying to find a solution for families''


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17.27 1 Oct 2021


A report of the Government working group has found that the State could be left with a bill of up to €3.2bn to fix the issues in homes affected by mica in Donegal and Mayo.

The group does not recommend 100% redress for the homes.

Kieran was joined by Eileen Doherty is a campaigner, owner of a home with Mica, and part of the Government working group and Edgar Morgenroth, who is Professor of Economics at DCU...

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