Homeless charity hit out at council's reaction to homeless campaign on Ha'Penny bridge
A homeless charity has criticised Dublin City Council after its worker removed jackets from the Ha'Penny bridge in Dublin.
“The campaign captured the attention of people and highlighted the need for supports for people that are homeless.
“Please consider giving them to charity shops. Items collected by DCC will be redistributed via our homeless services.”
— Dublin City Council (@DubCityCouncil) December 7, 2019Read more: BreakingNews.ie
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