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Comment #6810600 by Sean

Sean Dec 31st 2017, 1:21 AM #

There should be an end put to the practice of both parents looking for their own social house because they can’t get on and live together. The State can’t reasonably be expected to provide two houses to the same family. Also where the Nan is in social housing and the mother presents as homeless sleeping in a car or what have you she should be sent to live with the Nan regardless of how they both feel about it. Needs must and all that.

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