The number is 1890 98 98 00. Callers will be advised on how to handle the issue. Volunteers will staff it.
The ‘Campaign Against Household & Water Taxes’ group has also revealed it hopes one million people will refuse to pay the charge through holding public meetings in every major town in the country.
Deputy Pringle said the number of people joining their campaign was increasing all the time and he said the rest of the country was taking heart from the stance in Co Donegal.
“People are saying they are not going to be frightened by what the Government is saying, and the threats they are making against people who refuse to register,” he said.
“Once the weapon of fear has been removed from the Government, the Government has no other weapon in its armoury and people are willing to stand up and be counted and they are going to not register and bnot pay the household tax, or the septic-tank charge,” he said.
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