Jobstown trial: Organise to oppose criminalisation of protest
By Katia Hancke Two years ago, many working class communities ravaged by austerity demonstrated enough was enough and…
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.
Brexit vote is their crisis – workers’ rights must not be sacrificed
Never ones to waste a good crisis IBEC were quickly out of the traps after the Brexit vote claiming that the ensuing political and economic turmoil meant that bosses in Ireland needed support and in turn workers’ rights must come under the hammer.
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?
Working class people need a government that puts the 99% first
Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s decision to hold the general election in spring 2016 is in part an attempt to…
What kind of Left challenge is needed?
By Kevin McLoughlin Working class people made the demonstration of 11 October last year a historic event. They…
Desperate Measure cannot defeat Boycott campaign
Debt collection legislation related to fines rather than water charges No fines or attachment orders until after General…
A new working class voice emerges
The AAA is building a new left alternative for working class people.
Carlow/Kilkenny By Election- Vote no.1 Conor McLiam
Reject austerity & water charges
Ruth Coppinger calls for end to interception of abortion pills
Parliamentary Question included below Anti-Austerity Alliance TD, Ruth Coppinger, has today called on the government and Customs to…