Paul Brady sings for the Mica families in Donegal 

Famed singer Paul Brady has come out in support of the families seeking 100% compensation for extensive damage caused to their homes by the use of Mica in building materials. 

Joined by renowned fiddle player, Ciaran Tourish,  before launching into ‘The homes of Donegal’, Brady said that he wanted to give his ‘support for the campaign for 100% redress for all homes affected by the Mic debacle’.

“This is special,” said campaigner Paddy Diver, one of thousands of people whose homes are crumbling around them.

“The legend Paul Brady showing his support for #MicaRedress by performing his classic “Homes of Donegal” with Donegal’s own legend Ciarán Tourish on violin,” he added. “To the people in power, this campaign is still growing and will only end with a full #100PercentRedress.”

Photos and videos of houses affected by Mica continue to flood social media.


Donegal and Mayo Mica protesters demonstrated in their thousands outside the Convention Centre recently.

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