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Five traveller families with 28 children are to be evicted from a West Dublin site today.The Sou...
The director of the Irish Travellers Movement has called on South County Dublin council to give more time to the extended Traveller family due to be evicted today from a site in Clondalkin.
A stand-off is underway today at a site in west Dublin where an eviction of travellers was due to take place today by South Dublin County Council.
Five Traveller families, who say they have been told to move off a site in Clondalkin in Dublin today, have said they will not leave because they have nowhere else to go.