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# Mica redress

Last month
June 2024
Three candidates from party campaigning for Mica redress elected in Donegal
Party campaigning for Mica redress running six candidates in Donegal local elections
Last year
Delegation from the European Parliament arrives in Ireland to investigate the Mica scandal
100% Redress Party given green light to run candidates in elections
Defective Concrete Block scheme regulations should be ready 'in the next couple of weeks'
All time
Donegal County Council meeting adjourned to address Mica redress protest outside
Concrete levy budget climbdown as tax reduced to 5% and pushed out to September
Poll: Do you support the new concrete block levy?
Varadkar defends plans for 10% concrete levy to offset cost of mica redress scheme
Government loses Dáil majority as FG TD Joe McHugh votes against mica Bill and resigns party whip
Housing shortages will increase challenges with mica redress scheme, Taoiseach says
New mica redress scheme 'falls way short of the mark once again', campaigners say
Mica redress decision to come before Cabinet ‘soon’, says McConalogue
Tax or levy to pay for new Mica redress scheme under consideration by government
Children protest outside Dáil calling for 100% Mica redress scheme
Mica protesters vow to continue demonstrations if 100% redress demands not met
Minister for Housing meets with Mica residents to discuss working group report