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# Policy Matters

Last month
November 2023
'People Before Profit are not eurosceptic, we’re euro-critical’: Gino Kenny on party's EU stance
On Israel and Palestine, Kenny said he has lost faith that a two-state solution will be possible.
This year
Housing Minister: Report of two properties acquired under Govt scheme 'doesn't tell full story'
Last week, The Journal reported that just two properties have been acquired since April under a scheme designed to keep people facing evictions in their homes.
'Great in theory, but the reality is different': FG housing spokesperson on the eviction ban
John Cummins said there is “no question” that homelessness remains the biggest challenge in housing.
Greens housing spokesperson: 'There's opposition to what we're doing, even within Government'
Francis Noel Duffy doesn’t believe the eviction ban should be reinstated, saying that doing so would be akin to “a communist state”.
Eoin Ó Broin says Sinn Féin would need five years to tackle housing, but what is his plan?
Ó Broin said if he could not reduce homelessness in five years while Minister, he would have failed.