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Thread: Sligo Co. Co. Can't afford Student Grants.

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    Default Sligo Co. Co. Can't afford Student Grants.

    A debate is underway on the FF forum regarding the issue of Property Taxes and other such matters from todays report on Taxation. However, it was also highlighted today that Sligo CoCo cannot afford the student grants as they are awaiting cash from the Govt. Now I know the marches and protests are probably being organised as we speak, but in hindsight, this time last year I remember the protests and marches being organised against increases in Students fees. Something has to give, and could it be that that day has now come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonster View Post
    Wait until somebody claims this as a reason to vote yes to Lisbon.
    Or NO to Lisbon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angular Merkel View Post
    Sligo Co. Council has just been abolished according to this!

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    Ha Ha, what day of the year is it lads

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    Very believable.

    Except when it mentioned reductions in salaries and removal of politicians' expenses. That cannot happen in Oirland

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