Dozens of protesters are refusing to vacate a property in Dublin city centre despite a High Court injunction ordering them to leave.
Activists from a number of homeless groups have been occupying the house on North Frederick Street over the last week in response to Ireland's housing crisis.
TDs Paul Murphy and Richard Boyd Barrett were in attendance, with Mr Murphy saying the resistance could become the "next Apollo House".
On Tuesday, Mr Justice Michael Quinn granted Patricia Ní Greil, the owner of 34 North Frederick Street, Dublin 1, injunctions requiring persons unknown to vacate and cease trespassing at the four-storey building.
Activists responded by organising a protest for 1.30pm yesterday and have refused to leave the premises.