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Clare speaking at public meeting on Household Tax Feb 6th in Galway  recorded for broadcast on RTE’s Morning Ireland

cue point #4

 

Economy


Tonight with Vincent Browne (25/01/2012)

Economy

 

Dail Expenses Account – February 25th 2011 – December 31st 2011



Travel & Accommodation           10,000.00           Travel & Accommodation               10025.33

Other Expenses                             12,821.43           Donations                                           6994.15

                                                                                      Phones                                                1862.05

                                                                                     Room Hire                                              517.00

                                                                                     Leaflet Distribution                            3262.77

                                                                                      Posters                                                   347.80                                                                      


                                                        22,821.43                                                                          23,009.10

Balance: (187.67)

Notes:

1. Travel Expenditure includes amounts paid for attendance at conferences in relation to energy and economics, international meetings of workers and young people against austerity in Belgium, Scotland and England, and meetings in cities around the country on behalf of the United Left Alliance.

2. Donations included payments to the United Left Alliance, Alliance against Cuts in Education (ACE), Swords Rovers, Justice for the Forgotten, Irish Penal Reform Trust, ISPCA, Children to Lapland, Migrant Rights, MFPA, One Family, St. Cronans National School Swords, Aware, and others.

 

 

Environment

I echo the point that this is a modern disaster. It is an absolute tragedy for the families concerned. They have been evacuees from their homes for more than 100 days now. As we sit here not a single thing is being done to rectify those homes. Work is not being undertaken and they are no nearer to returning to another home. They do not want to return to the home they had because it could not be called a home.

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