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Housing Minister: State Has Moral Duty To Help Those Affected By Mica Scandal.

File image: Housing Minister, Darragh O'Brien/RollingNews

Campaigners want 100 per cent compensation for their homes

The Housing Minister says he’s acutely aware of the potential cost of the Mica scandal but says the State has a moral duty to help those affected.

Darragh O’Brien will meet Mica homeowners this evening for a crucial meeting on the redress scheme.

Campaigners want 100 per cent compensation for their homes being built with the faulty blocks.

Minister O’Brien says the cost of the controversy could be over a billion euro:


Mica homeowner Eileen Doherty, from Donegal, says urgent action is needed:

Anne Owens from the Mica Working Group says they’re nervous about the meeting with the Minister

 

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