Cable television in Ireland Cable television is the most common[ citation needed ] system for distributing multi-channel television in Ireland. With more than 40 years of history and extensive networks of both wired and "wireless" cable, Ireland is amongst the most cabled countries in Europe. Forty percent  of Irish homes received cable television in September The figure dropped slightly in the early years of the 21st century due to the increased popularity of satellite reception, notably Sky , but has stabilized recently. UPC offers analogue and digital cable television services in cities and towns throughout the country with the exception of Cork, where the network is digital-only. It offers MMDS services in rural areas.
I never begrudge a citizen for applying for disability, they've PAID for it their whole lives.these illegal hordes demand EVERYTHING that citizens have, yet have produced nothing to deserve such.I have zero sympathy for these vermin from the south, they need to all be rounded up and sent packing!😠😠😠