• Seeking Justice for the Force

    Some books have their genesis in the craziest places, but the origin of ‘A Force For Justice’ is pretty mundane. I was at home one May evening in 2013, minding the kids when I got a call from a number I didn’t recognise. Answering these kind of calls is always a gamble. It could be […]

  • Nama, the drama

    Nama was inevitably going to be controversial. Set up to acquire loans from the Irish banks that had recklessly provided the finance for an almighty property boom and needing to be rescued when the inevitable happened, Nama was the vehicle created to work through getting some of the money back. In 2009 the property market […]

  • Funny Man

    Sinn Féin’s disowning of West Tyrone MP Barry McElduff was unprecedented. The party has always previously defended erring members in public, then quietly dropped them. I must declare an interest: I know McElduff. When my late mother was ill, his constituency office was very helpful. He ran an excellent constituency service, for people across the […]

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Irish population experiencing two or more types of enforced deprivation (www.tasc.ie)

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Ireland’s renewable energy use in 2016, short of 16% target by 2020 (www.epa.ie)

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Homeless adults in Ireland (www.housing.gov.ie)

Data from December 2017. See more
Family units: 1408
Children in homeless familes: 3079
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