Interview with Delfin English Language School striker
Today’s initial half day strike action by teacher members of UNITE at the Delfin English Language school on Parnell Square for union recognition and improvements in conditions is the culmination of a long organising campaign.
Union-busting at Tesco
By Robert Cosgrave Tesco, one of the largest private sector employers in Ireland, is continuing their campaign to…
Review: Feminism for the 99%
Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto By Cinzia Arruzza, Nancy Fraser, and Tithi Bhattacharya Published by Verso, 2019…
“Difficult and dangerous” working conditions- A nurse speaks out
Below is a powerful testimony from a nurse (who wished to remain anonymous) about the conditions that she…
Scotland: Glasgow’s equal pay uprising shows power of working class
By Matt Dobson, Socialist Party Scotland (CWI) Around 8,500 Glasgow working class women made history on 23-24th October,…
Irish Rail strike: Workers take a stand to defend pay & conditions
By Katia Hancke Irish Rail workers are due to go on strike at the end of October. The…
After years of wage restraint: Dublin Bus workers move into action
The strike action by Dublin Bus workers is about achieving a decade of pay justice and should be supported by all workers.
Luas drivers show the way-Strike for a real recovery
AAA TD and Socialist Party member Paul Murphy on the Luas strike.
Anti-Austerity Alliance calls for support for Dunnes Stores workers
TDs call on public to show solidarity & don’t pass the picket
Greyhound lockout – a fight for all workers
It is now nine weeks since Greyhound workers were treated in the style of William Martin Murphy by their employer, Michael Buckley. They arrived to work – were presented with new contracts, including pay cut of up to 35% and a change to a whole series of other working conditions and were instructed to sign or they were not working. After refusing to sign, they were escorted off the premises by security. Agency workers immediately began doing their jobs. This is 1913 in 2014.