The State’s weapon of self destruction, Irish Water, has stated that it will accept registrations from households even after tomorrow’s deadline passes.
The other side of that coin is that households that do not register will be charged the default rate for two people of €260.
According to a spokesperson for the company, there has been a ‘spike’ in registrations in recent days.
It would appear that the ‘We will not pay’ message has not yet gotten through Irish Water properly, so positive reinforcement is on the way.
Following yesterday’s marches, further mass demonstrations are scheduled for the next future, and people will keep protesting until the charge is scrapped altogether.