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Foreign students !!! How about accomodation? *Elephant in the Room* Harris is the woefully inept minister responsible for overseeing the most expensive hospital on the planet - the €2 bn NCH. He would have been fired long ago in any company. Incompetent Will the additional 60 places in medicine be for Irish students only or will they be made available for high paying foreign students, which is then really only lining the pockets of the Universities who provide the courses.

For Ukrainains no doubt. Universities of Sanctuary for Asylum Seekers. Free courses with all the trimmings. Take your pick & choose whatever you like, while the Irish students can go swing for it. The Wanderer Shall Flourish And The Natives Shall Dwindle And Perish, Like The Bad Froth Of The Shannon Tide

Ask him why he lied about Hydroxychloroquine being a safe and effective drug to cure the symptoms of Covid 19... It was the morning after Trump gave a press conference claiming he heard great things about it and the left had a complete meltdown and lied to the public.. Why is it every time I see one of these interviews, initially I think I’m watching a comedy or parody sketch? Then it dawns on me that it’s a genuine interview…

Are the 60 extra medicine places going to be positive discrimination places for DEIS students or are they as usual going to Dublin fee-paying school kids or more Leeson Street students. People from privileged backgrounds always think they got there on hard work and ability alone.