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Minister Cannon T.D. remarks at event hosted by the London Irish Centre

Delighted to be here to enjoy this extraordinary evening of support from second (Dermot O’Leary) and third generation Irish (Ed Sheeran) for the Irish community in London.

The London Irish Centre (LIC) was established more than 60 years ago to serve the needs of the growing Irish community in London at that time.

It continues to provide a wide range of advice, services and supports to all parts of the Irish community here while also running an incredibly active and diverse cultural programme.

I am proud that the Irish government’s Emigrant Support Programme has been able to support its activities over many years.

The Government will continue to work with the LIC in the future as it evolves to meet the changing needs of the Irish community and to provide a thriving centre which constitutes the heart of that community.
Delighted to be here to enjoy this extraordinary evening of support from second (Dermot O’Leary) and third generation Irish (Ed Sheeran) for the Irish community in London.

The London Irish Centre (LIC) was established more than 60 years ago to serve the needs of the growing Irish community in London at that time.

It continues to provide a wide range of advice, services and supports to all parts of the Irish community here while also running an incredibly active and diverse cultural programme.

I am proud that the Irish government’s Emigrant Support Programme has been able to support its activities over many years.

The Government will continue to work with the LIC in the future as it evolves to meet the changing needs of the Irish community and to provide a thriving centre which constitutes the heart of that community.

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