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Tonight.

Earlier…

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy in the Dáil chamber tonight

Earlier:

Tonight.

The Soc Dem motion of no confidence in Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy is debated.

Earlier…

Figures for the number of people living in emergency accommodation in the final week of October 2019; video link to Dáil Éireann tonight

This evening.

The Department of Housing has released the latest homeless figures which show there were  10,514 people (6,688 adults and 3,826 children) living in emergency accommodation in the final week of October.

This is yet another record high.

In November 2018, the figure was 9,968; in December 2018, 9,753; in January 2019,  9,987; in February 2019, 10,264; in March 2019, 10,305; in April 2019, 10,378; in May 2019, 10,253; in June 2019, 10,172; in July 2019, 10,275; in August 2019, 10,338; in September 2019, 10,397.

The release of the figures comes hours ahead of the Social Democrats’ motion of no confidence in the Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy this evening which gets under way at 8pm.

A debate and vote on the motion can be watched live in the link above.

Earlier: “The Plan, It Seems, Is Not Adequate To The Challenge”

From top: Richard Bruton in 2016; Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy

“There is no system more broken than the system of housing in this country. The system is completely broken and needs to be re-built”

Richard Bruton, Minister for Education, June 9, 2016

“The entire housing system needs to be restructured to stop it from breaking again”

Eoghan Murphy, Minister for Housing, yesterday

 

Karl J writes:

What is a “housing system”? Is it Fine Gael-speak?

It was mentioned two years ago, yet has there been a change?

Sam Boal/Rollingnews