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Old 12-12-2018, 09:19 PM
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Default Regina Doherty

There is aomething about her. She has the porno secretary look which turns me on. She looked hot tonight on the telly
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Old 12-12-2018, 10:20 PM
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In the right light.....maybe






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Old 13-12-2018, 08:01 PM
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Old 13-12-2018, 08:38 PM
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Old 14-12-2018, 05:46 PM
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A man with inoperable brain cancer was on with Joe Duffy today, he hasn't been paid his welfare entitlements for 6 weeks, only by ringing Duffy today will his situation be sorted, the interview is very poignant btw, his quiet dignity shows through, the point is that he shouldn't have to fight for what he is entitled to, having worked all his life before he became ill. Regina Doherty should hang her head in shame, I hope she listens to the interview. She should be made listen to it.

Department apologises as terminally ill Cork man did not receive illness payment in six weeks.

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A Cork man who is terminally ill with inoperable brain cancer has not received an illness payment in six weeks.

James, who was employed all of his life and lives in Mallow, stopped working on September 1 after being diagnosed in July.

He had been in receipt of illness benefit. However, he has not received a payment since November 4.

In a response, the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection apologised to James and confirmed that he will receive full payment including the arrears by early next week.

James told Liveline on RTÉ Radio 1 that he has been giving in his certs to his welfare office and that he's been in touch with the illness benefit department office weekly.

"I have been in contact with them weekly, I hand in my certs religiously into my own local welfare office," he said.

He was told that his issue would be escalated and dealt with immediately but he is still out of payment six weeks later.

Without treatment, James wants to enjoy what life he has left. He said his medication is expensive and the benefit had helped to contribute to those costs.

"I'm not in a position to work now," he said.

"It would help me with my medication which is quite expensive. I feel that I'm entitled to it, I worked all my life and it would be of great benefit to me."

After contacting Liveline, the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection issued the following statement:

"The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection would like sincerely to apologise to [James]," the statement said.

We have investigated the matter and identified an error which has now been corrected.

"Full payment including arrears have been arranged and will be in [James]’s account by early next week.

"The Department wishes to confirm that it is making its normal level of weekly payments for Illness Benefit – 50,000 per week.

"Regrettably, however, occasionally as with all schemes, we do have administrative errors which result in non-timely payments to our customers.

"We endeavour to always deliver a good service to our customers."
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Old 14-12-2018, 06:12 PM
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A man with inoperable brain cancer was on with Joe Duffy today, he hasn't been paid his welfare entitlements for 6 weeks, only by ringing Duffy today will his situation be sorted, the interview is very poignant btw, his quiet dignity shows through, the point is that he shouldn't have to fight for what he is entitled to, having worked all his life before he became ill. Regina Doherty should hang her head in shame, I hope she listens to the interview. She should be made listen to it.

Department apologises as terminally ill Cork man did not receive illness payment in six weeks.



https://www.irishexaminer.com/breaki...ks-892171.html
Thats appalling.

I wouldnt be a fan of Duffys but fair play to him for getting the issue highlighted and resolved.


Ireland 2018 where the terminally ill have to go on national radio to get their entitlements.
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Old 14-12-2018, 08:38 PM
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And our Mehole giving the Fine gaelers another year for stability over Brexit.Great stability for James there and the homeless and the people on trolleys and the people waiting on the hospital lists and people mortgages been sold to vulture funds and people been put on different mortgage without their knowledge.Great stability alright.
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Old 14-12-2018, 10:45 PM
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And what difference would that make. Put a different set of politicians in? Yeah the houses will get built and the trollies will disappear over night.

Makes no difference. Id still ride her back to meath
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Old 15-12-2018, 12:37 AM
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Makes no difference. Id still ride her back to meath
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