It appears as though the game is well and truly up for many freeloading Ukrainians living in Ireland.
For the past year and a half, the government have treated them far better than the 13,000 homeless Irish people living on the streets and hotel rooms around the country.
Ukrainians have been given full jobseekers allowance of €220 per week, along with their accommodation being paid for.
Some Ukrainians have been forced to pay €10 a day for full board in plush hotels around the country – many of whom are angry at having to pay anything at all.
However, there’s now a shift in government that could see legislation drafted that could lower their social welfare to around €40 a week – similar to that of people in direct provision.
Many Ukrainians living here have already voiced their anger on social media about the proposed new free money they’ll be getting. Some say they deserve the same rights as any Irish citizen or EU citizen – even though the Ukraine isn’t even in the EU.
Others say they’ll consider leaving Ireland altogether if the status quo isn’t kept.
Both Ministers Helen McEntee and Heather Humphries have a job on their hands to keep the Ukrainians happy.
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