‘Cant Pay Won’t Pay’ campaign hailed a success by steering committee

The 'Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay' campaign has hailed the boycott of the Household Charge as a resounding success.

The 'Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay' campaign has hailed the boycott of the Household Charge as a resounding success.

Their statement comes as it's reported there's been a 75% non-payment rate in Donegal.

However, the council says that it was not possible to give a percentage as it is still awaiting the collation of payments sent in the post, and there is no definitive net figure available in any county for the number of households required to pay the charge.

However, the 'Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay' campaign says says it's clear there's a low payment rate in Donegal, and  people will no longer sit back and allow the country to be held to ransom by the demands of the IMF/EU.

Francis McCafferty of the campaign steering committee said the campaign is the most widespread display of civil disobedience in the history of the state.......

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