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Ireland “Summer of the Vultures”

“The tsunami that I warned about has been delayed and outsourced, but it is coming.”

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Ireland: New Head on the Way – Same Poison Afflicts the Body

Heir-to-the-crown to the far-right-of-Centre party Fine Gael and likely to win the upcoming party leadership contest, existing Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar got his foot in the door first by launching his campaign against the unemployed

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Report on water charges reignites debate in Ireland

Expert Commission on Domestic Public Water Services published last week

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Saying No to the Apple Billions

The issues raised by the Apple deal with successive Irish governments go to the very core of the government’s attitude to citizens; to public services; to tax justice here and internationally; to fairness for our business sector; and to corporate social responsibility

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Building for Success and a United Ireland

In 1992 Sinn Féin held our Ard Fheis in the Ballyfermot Community Centre

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Michel Martin could play a leadership role in the necessary process of making Irish unity a reality

during and after the general election the one thing that all Fianna Fáil spokespersons agreed on was their hostility to Sinn Féin emerging as the official opposition in the Dáil.

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IRELAND PEACE PROCESS: THE JOURNEY IS NOT OVER YET

On 9 April, eighteen years ago, the Good Friday Agreement was signed in Ireland. It took four years for the British and Irish governments, republican and nationalist parties and unionist parties (of the North of Ireland) to reach such an agreement

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IRISH ELECTION UPHEAVAL, 2. NO GOVERNMENT. Anyone Notice Any Difference?

The only prospect for stable government here is, unfortunately, a coalition of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael, the two main right-wing parties since the foundation of the Irish state

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Dáil should not be adjourned even if no Taoiseach elected on Thursday – Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin is opposing plans for the Dáil to be adjourned on Thursday if a Taoiseach is not elected

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Irish Election Upheaval?

perhaps the left could bother to provide voters with an analysis that says politics need not be about lies and betrayal

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