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LookLeft Magazine would like to congratulate Josh Brady, the winner of our 2018 Cuba Holiday Draw. Thanks to everyone who entered the draw for supporting LookLeft.      

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LookLeft 26 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include: The Battle for Ireland’s Soul – Francis Donohoe reports on the battle for reproductive rights in Ireland. Debate: Is Labour Left? – Labour Party NEC member

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LookLeft Magazine would like to congratulate Kevin Morgan, the winner of our Cuba Holiday Draw. Thanks to everyone who entered the draw for supporting LookLeft.

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LookLeft 25 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include: Home Sweet Home – Does the occupation of Apollo House mark a new stage in the housing struggle? Eilis Ryan reports. Battle for the Heart of

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The urgent need for increased social housing should be accompanied with lessons learned from past responses. Richard O’Hara reports on Ballymun in North Dublin.

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The Dublin Docklands are once again being developed with the creation of profit superseding any concern for communities, Richard O’Hara reports

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