Free Tomorrow?


Supporters of a protest against homelessness in Dublin city on December 5, 2019


A protest against homelessness will be held in Dublin city with supporters meeting at the Garden of Remembrance at 1pm.

Leah Catherine Daly writez:

“We will march down O’Connell Street and assemble at [O’Connell] bridge.

“There is a plan for on the day so I would ask that you assemble in an orderly fashion and listen to the instruction of the stewards or it won’t work. We are far more organised for Saturday than we were for December 5th.

“There will be people speaking so I would ask that during that time people stay quiet and listen to them.

“There will be manned voting help desks set up from 12pm at the GPO until 3pm where you can get all the information you need and access to RFA2 [register of elector forms] and help to fill them out should you struggle with reading or writing.

“Please bring your banners. Anyone with tents and sleeping bags to donate, please bring them and non-perishable food items.”

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3 thoughts on “Free Tomorrow?

  1. frank

    if the mob put some effort into exploring why there is no affordable housing for normal working people it may affect some positive regime change

  2. $hifty

    Sorry, I’m busy in work trying to earn money and pay the bills / so I can afford the mortgage for the next 25 years and keep a roof over our heads and contribute to the running of the country.

    The only thing “free tomorrow” is the extra money for dole recipients and maybe a couple of gaffs for Margaret Cash and her spawn.

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