View Poll Results: Should Ireland to accept 272 migrants

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    Should Ireland accept 272 migrants ?

    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world...otas-1.2210931
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    Yes........If we accept 272 genuine cases (no problem with that) ,can we send back 272 of the ones who shouldn't be here?


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    Quote Originally Posted by xagerate View Post
    Yes........If we accept 272 genuine cases (no problem with that) ,can we send back 272 of the ones who shouldn't be here?
    Brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony1 View Post
    Should Ireland accept 272 migrants ?

    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world...otas-1.2210931
    This country is not able to handle that many and should feather their own nest properly first and then help where they can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xagerate View Post
    Yes........If we accept 272 genuine cases (no problem with that) ,can we send back 272 of the ones who shouldn't be here?
    You could probably find a few Irish born to go with them if you thought about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonpareil View Post
    You could probably find a few Irish born to go with them if you thought about it.
    Start a thread about irish born wasters and ill gladly contribute.........for the moment though im just moaning about foreigners
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    I know its harsh most people agree these will be a burden on the state, they are uneducated and we already cant cope with what we have and will it stop at 272, where do you draw the line,

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    Quote Originally Posted by zilch View Post
    This country is not able to handle that many and should feather their own nest properly first and then help where they can.
    Erm, I have a friend who works as a migration lawyer who gets cases of people who are gay or from a demonised religious group who would be murdered if they stepped back onto the soil of their origin country. I think Ireland can afford to take them as many still get deported back :-/

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    If it gets done (as hinted at) by population size,i cant see Britain being happy with/agreeing to 3600.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Catriona View Post
    Erm, I have a friend who works as a migration lawyer who gets cases of people who are gay or from a demonised religious group who would be murdered if they stepped back onto the soil of their origin country. I think Ireland can afford to take them as many still get deported back :-/

    I think what's bad is kids "celebrating" their 10th birthday in direct provision and so are forced to rely on the state cause they aren't allowed to work.
    Ok I hear you but my point is aimed more towards the number of migrants in relation to the welfare of this country . We are not able to sustain that amount.

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