Water charges battle
Oppose water charges through the back door
By Conor Burke From 1 July, Irish Water is seeking to implement excessive-use water charges of up to…
How the protest movement & boycott forced the suspension of water charges
The Fine Gael minority government was forced to suspend water charges. Michael O’Brien argues that this is a result of the protest movement that emerged in late 2014, the subsequent mass boycott of the charge and the fundamental weakness of this right-wing administration.
Non-payment of water bills rises to 73% – abolish the charges now
Remember when a majority of people, by maintaining a boycott, put water charges on the agenda at the last election and 70% of the electorate voted for TDs opposed to the charge?
Water charges suspended: Protest movement & boycott force climb down
By Katia Hancke “What parliament does, the people on the streets can undo”. Mick Barry TD accurately described…
Stampede of non-payment can finish off Irish Water
By Mick Barry TD Support for the boycott of water charges is set to surge in the aftermath…
Build and extend the boycott of water charges
Pile on the pressure against the government
Jobstown is not guilty: Fight this criminal injustice
Text of the Socialist Party leaflet given out a #JobstownNotGuilty protest today. The criminalisation of those who…
Boycotting water charges-defend & extend the 57%
Government under massive pressure on water charges
They can’t break the boycott!
Ignore government bluster…
57% join boycott of water charge
Michael O’Brien, AAA councillor and Socialist Party member The confidence anti-water charges activists derived from Irish Water and…