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The corporate embrace of working from home will hurt workers, especially women workers, and trade unions must adapt, writes Padraig Mannion. CSO figures show that at the end of 2019 there were over 2,360,000 in employment in the Republic of Ireland. Unemployment was less than 5%, 118,000 people.  Four months

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  Secretive new trade deal will endanger jobs, the environment and severely limit legislative freedom in Ireland and Europe, write Padraig Mannion and Dara McHugh.

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Padraig Mannion on the threat to Irish neutrality from involvement with history’s most powerful military alliance. When the Cold War ended, with the collapse of the Soviet Union and the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact, most rational people assumed that this would logically lead to the wind-down, and eventual dissolution,

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Padraig Mannion on the threat to Irish neutrality from involvement with history’s most powerful military alliance.

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