Yet another homeless Irish person dead while the Free State government hands refugees everything they want on a platter.
A woman has become the fifth person to tragically die in Dublin's homeless services in the space of a week.
The woman died in a Dublin facility for the homeless yesterday evening.
It is not yet known how old the woman was or how she died.
Dublin City Councillor Anthony Flynn has called for the council's Homeless Forum to be urgently re-enacted following the last sad death in the capital.
He tweeted: "A young women has been found dead in Dublin Homeless services accommodation it has been confirmed this evening.
"This brings the number of confirmed deaths within homeless services to FIVE this week.
"We need the @LordMayorDublin Homeless Forum re enacted as matter of urgency"!
Councillor Flynn told Dublin Live there was a "black cloud" over homeless services following the deaths.
He said: “Firstly my thoughts and prayers are with the families of all who have lost their lives in homeless services this week.
"This has been a particularly difficult and saddening week for all in homeless services but in particular a heartbreaking one for all the loved ones connected to the individuals.
"I have again today reiterated my calling for the re-establishment of the Lord Mayors Forum in Homelessness.
"We need clear and concrete leadership on this matter. Unfortunately I believe the level of deaths is seriously unreported and have requested that the DRHE give a computer report on the number of death over the last month in particular."
A spokeswoman for Dublin Regional Homeless Executive confirmed the woman's death to Dublin Live.
She said: "The DRHE can confirm there was a death of a woman yesterday in a facility providing emergency accommodation in the Dublin Region.
"The DRHE on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities would like to extend their condolences to the family and friends of the woman."
The latest death caps off a horrific week of deaths in the capital's homeless services, including three women how had lived in the same northside centre.
Last Sunday, a woman who had been living
at Abigail Women's Centre in Finglas died in hospital.
On Tuesday, the bodies of two women who also lived in the centre were discovered within hours of each other.
The body of a 34-year-old woman was discovered at at around 6am on Tuesday morning while a second woman, aged 21, was discovered to have died at 10:30am.
It's understood the 34-year-old woman died by suicide while it remains unclear how the 21-year-old woman died.
The body of a homeless man in his 30s was discovered in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Speaking about the death on Dorset Street, a garda spokeswoman said: "Gardaí attended the scene of an incident on Dorset Street in the early hours of this morning, Wednesday 22 July 2020.
"A male, aged in his 30s, was discovered deceased in the area. His body was removed to Dublin City Morgue."