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Politicians’ mealy-mouthed condemnations and crocodile tears are the order of the day. Instead, people should answer the call from Gaza for solidarity protests, writes Kevin Squires.

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Recently the Green Party of Austria parted with its entire youth wing. The newly-disconnected youth wing proceeded to make an alliance with the Communist Party of Austria (KPÖ) and, in the months that followed, helped them in the elections as the KPÖ PLUS. In general, the election was a very poor

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Permanent TSB branch, Grafton Street
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The rush to ensure residential mortgage loans don’t end up in the hands of vulture funds shows up Ireland’s total disdain for tenants in the private rental sector, writes Éilis Ryan.

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Venezuelan Elections
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Recently, Venezuela held elections for a Constituent Assembly. The constitution of Venezuela permits the calling of a Constituent Assembly for the purposes of drafting changes to the constitution. This body is drawn from those elected from the general public as well as having sectoral delegates from the trade unions, farmers,

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Bull and Bear in Frankfurt - avatars of the market's animal spirits
OpinionPromoted

Michael Noonan and Fine Gael have made it clear that they plan to sell 25% of the shares in AIB to the private market in the coming days. AIB is our bank. We bought it. It was a terrible deal when we did, but now that we’ve nursed it back

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NewsOpinion

The Government has managed to make it to one whole year in office and all anyone can talk about is what the blueshirt-independent coalition supported by Fianna Fáil has failed at. But what about its successes?

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EditorialOpinion

“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.”

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ForumOpinion

As the compromise of the welfare state is being eroded by capitalists, workers are again seeking radical change, writes Michael Donnelly.

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ForumOpinion

Carol Ballantine asks if Educate Toegher schools preach equality but further inequality.

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ForumOpinion

John Bowen looks at the fight to protect public transport.

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