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Ireland's Mica scandal: Owners of crumbling homes march in Dublin seeking full compensation

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Ireland's Mica scandal: Owners of crumbling homes march in Dublin seeking full compensation

Ireland's Mica scandal: Owners of crumbling homes march in Dublin seeking full compensation

The scandal, named after the mineral in bricks that caused walls to crack and crumble across Ireland, is estimated to have affected over 20,000 homes.


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