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Interviews with Sean Garland, Bob Crow, the Galway Utd story and much more…

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By Kevin Brannigan A young Dublin based student had his trip from his parents’ home to college interrupted recently when he found himself in the back of a Special Branch car being whizzed off to spend a day answering questions in a south Dublin Garda station holding cell. The first

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  John Lowry Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson’s recent comments in support of integrated education have only served as a reminder of the extent of sectarianism and segregation in Northern Ireland. The DUP leader has called for a commission to be established to examine the development of an integrated

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The new issue of LookLeft is in shops now – including all Easons outlets in the North of Ireland and Easons in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway. Full list here Articles include interviews with the newly-elected ULA TD Joan Collins, band The Vagabonds and Comedian & activist Mark Thomas. ‘White

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The new issue of LookLeft is in shops now – including all Easons outlets in Northern Ireland and Easons in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway. Articles include – Free Education for Everyone: The student fightback – the End of Fianna Fail?:Brian Hanley – The Zapatistas 17 years of Rebellion: Andrew

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After years working for Kilbarrack community in north Dublin, Cathleen O’Neill realises there is a wider poltical agenda at play in the elite’s attack on the community sector. Like most women of my class at the time, I was an early school leaver. I started work at 13 using a

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Historian Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh considers the life and ideas of Irish socialism’s most important thinker, whose legacy is crucial to shaping the new Ireland

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Francis Donohoe On Budget Day December 7 Lecturers and students at several third-level colleges staged Budget Day “teach-ins” at campus bank branches in protest at their role in the economic crisis. Protesters gave short lectures and answered questions about the relationship between banks’ reckless lending during the Celtic Tiger years

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The Jemmy Hope – “As a people, we are excluded from any share in framing the laws by which we are governed. The higher ranks usurped the exclusive exercise of that privilege, as well as many other rights, by force, fraud, and fiction.” The gangster, the super model and Bertie

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While working for the Social Justice party in the recent Swedish elections, Jimmy Dignam witnessed the disturbing emergence of far right anti-immigration sentiment in what until recently has been a country synonymous with social democracy. The Sweden Democrats (SD) shocked many across Europe as they won 5.7 per cent of

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