We Won’t Pay
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.
Anti Austerity Alliance: Public enemy No.1
Why is the capitalist establishment attacking the AAA?
Build and extend the boycott of water charges
Pile on the pressure against the government
Anti Austerity Alliance – Organising to challenge the 1%
By Emma Quinn The decision of the DPP to press charges against 23 Jobstown protesters is a serious…
Boycotting water charges-defend & extend the 57%
Government under massive pressure on water charges
Joe Higgins TD on new legislation and water charges
“Householders who refuse to pay water bills will have charges deducted from wages or dole”, screamed the Irish…
Desperate Measure cannot defeat Boycott campaign
Debt collection legislation related to fines rather than water charges No fines or attachment orders until after General…
The battle against water charges & building a new left movement
How can a new voice for the working class be built.
Boycotting water charges – “not the Sinn Féin position”
By Laura Fitzgerald When Anti Austerity Alliance and Socialist Party TDs proposed a motion in the Dáil for…
Government’s attacks on RTE an attempt to ‘gag’ anti-water charges campaigns as bills drop
Minister Alan Kelly & Elizabeth Arnett given RTE platforms to use as infomercials for Irish Water