MICHAEL CLIFFORD: Housing: Less emotion more emergency

A 71-year-old man known as Frank was interviewed onRTÉ Radio One’s Morning Ireland recently. He was due to enter emergency accommodation the following week because his landlord was selling the flat in which he lived.

Philomena Foster Solidarity activist leads a picket against Conor Skehan's reappointment of the Housing Agency's chair outside the agency offices.

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