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Varadkar - 'Migrants more likely to work and pay tax than irish
Leo Varadkar speaking to the Dail during leaders questions says that Migrants are 'more likely to be working , more likely to be paying tax than the average Irish Person'
Heartbreaking Interview with Homeless man in Dublin
Donal is a Plasterer who has been homeless for 5 years and as a result cant get a job . He sleeps out in the cold streets of Dublin City
Hundreds take part in free speech rally in Dublin
Hundreds of free speech supporters braved the winter elements and descended on Dail Eireann this afternoon calling on the Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan and Fine Gael to ditch controversial
Nigerian Priest - Nigerians who pose as refugees are "fraudsters"
The following account appeared in the Irish Times on 14 August 2000 I am a Nigerian priest who came to Dublin from Rome a couple of weeks ago to study. Shortly after my arrival in Dublin I was asked: "Are you a refugee?" I replied: "No, I am not, I am a Nigerian". It was then I learned that a large number of Nigerians are in Ireland as asylum-seekers or refugees. I met a few who, not realising that like them I am Nigerian, spoke freely of their country's "woes". I wondered whether it is the same Nigeria we are talking about. Based on what they said, I challenge those Nigerians parading themselves as political or religious asylum seekers in Ireland to a public debate on what has caused them to flee to these shores. Many of the stories told about Nigerian oppression are lies and fabrications. For instance, some Nigerian here have claimed that young female family members have been forcibly circumcised. Nigerian law forces no one to be circumcised. The Nigerian penal code prohibits the infliction of all tribal marks and mutilations, with a penalty
Video : Free Speech Rally Dail Eireann 16-11-2019
Free Speech Rally Dail Eireann Saturday 16 November 2019 . http://www.thetricolour.com/videos/free-speech-rally-dail-eireann-16-nov-2019.mp4
Data Centres and Wind Farms
EirGrid , Ireland's semi-state electricity grid operator has predicted a 21% increase in electricity demand over the next decade “largely due to new data centres connecting”. In its recent ‘all-island