Leo Varadkar's Junk Economics Debunked

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The Government’s homeless family hub solution is not only a short-term fix for a long-term crisis, it’s a shocking deal for taxpayers that benefits private operators. It began with Simon Coveney’s hopeless effort to move hundreds families from hotels and B&Bs by July 1st, a failure rewarded with Cabinet promotion.

When Coveney announced the plan, a joke did the rounds that he would simply call hotels something more cuddly. It wasn’t far wrong, and sure doesn’t “hub” have a cosy ring to it? There will be a total of 18 family accommodation hubs in Dublin, nine of which include hotels and B&Bs already in use being “adapted”.


The hubs will cater for about 634 families, although latest figures put the number of homeless families in the city at 1,115 and rising. The council admits they are not a long-term solution, and that families will move into houses and apartments “as supply becomes available”, which basically means whenever the market provides. Sadly it’s not providing, not even close.

Oliver Callan: Hubs for homeless families a bonanza for owners
 
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Dirty Varadkar continues to line the pockets of his landlord backers - while he kicks the Native Irish low paid, unemployed and homeless working class.

Nine in ten properties currently available to rent are beyond the reach of people dependent on State housing benefits, according to a snapshot undertaken by the Simon Communities in Ireland.
That only 9pc of all properties which were included in the snapshot were available to people in receipt of State housing payments indicates an increasing gap between Rent Supplement/HAP limits and market rents, the Simon Community said.


Nine in ten rental properties beyond those dependent on housing benefits - Independent.ie
 
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Varadkar the Globalist Mulatto continues his attack on the Native Irish family, as his criminal policies drive homes further and further out of the reach of Native Irish couples, thus decimating our national fertility rate and speeding up our demographic extermination and replacement by immigrants.

Almost one in two people in rented accommodation or living with their parents who want to buy their own home are unable to afford to, according to a survey carried out by insurance group 123.ie.
And the outlook for this cohort is not particularly positive, with 80pc expecting house prices to rise over the next 12 months.


Renters unable to afford to buy, with property prices expected to continue rising - Independent.ie
 
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The New Relationship built on homosexuality and mutual hatred of native land.
 
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