Mick Wallace Gov are planing to use PPP's to build #Housing - money cost 15% to 19% - An Investors licence to print money. And S… https://t.co/XJSTQvmgUv
Mick Wallace #US has "nothing to offer to the people of Syria except support for the powers that have played a central role in f… https://t.co/2V13STho7p
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Mick Wallace AT 12.00 noon today, there were 5 US Military aircraft in #Shannon. No doubt on their way to promote peace somewhere. Thanks to FG/LAB/FF..
Mick WallaceOver the past number of weeks Mick has been in constant contact with schools affected by education cutbacks in Wexford. He has continuously questioned the Government's decision to cut funding for SNAs and Resource Teachers for Travellers continuously. Investing in our youth now will serve to create revenue for the state in the coming years as well as helping to end the current 'brain drain' occuring in our country.  Listen to Mick's speech here. It is very worrying that the new Government does not seem interested in reversing the cuts introduced by the previous Government. God knows that the young people who will suffer the most from this are the least culpable for the financial crisis in which we find ourselves. If we do away with resource teachers for travellers and hit learning support and language support teachers over the next few years, this will have a dramatic effect not just on the kids who would have been getting the special attention, but every other kid as well due to the extra load being put on teachers. The cuts in child benefit have also caused problems for many of these people, because parents would have used some of this money for books, shoes and uniforms, so they are going to suffer a double whammy. It is hardly rocket science. All of the research shows that the investment in youth has to be the best of all. It shows that for every euro spent on a young person the State saves a minimum of €8 before the child becomes an adult. Even if one did not have a social bone in one’s body, it makes good business sense to invest in youth. Saving €24 million in this regards when the visits of Queen Elizabeth II and President Obama will actually cost more simply beggars belief in terms of where our principles lie. The Irish Penal Reform Trust has emphasised the importance of tackling educational disadvantage, instead of throwing money at the results - crime, poverty, addiction and social exclusion. In fairness, if the Government cares at all, this is something that should not happen.

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