Irish singer-songwriter Mundy has taken issue with comments made in the Dáil by Minister for Social Protection, Community & Rural Development and the Islands, Heather Humphreys.
Minister Humphreys spoke generally in the Dáil about the current employment numbers and the need for officials in her department to take a “sensible approach” to those people who cannot return to work due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.
Mass indoor and outdoor events were once again put off by the government on Tuesday as the Taoiseach confirmed the country would not be moving to Phase 4 of the economic reopening plan. This also means pubs not serving food will not open until September at the earliest having closed in March.
One of the industries worst-hit by this delay is the arts with musicians and performers largely unable to perform and earn a living through regular channels.
Minister Humphreys has been criticised by musicians for
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