Ronit Lentin examines the reality of the ‘migrant crisis’ which has seen thousands dying in pursuit of the hope of a new life free from war and misery.
Barry Finnegan looks into a trade deal that plans to sign away countries’ resources, rights and democratic processes.
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Speaking in An Dáil on Thursday 11th June on the issue of the Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa’s detention in an Egyptian prison for over two years and attempting to explain the Irish government’s failure to secure this young Irish citizen’s freedom the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan, stated that
“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.” Jemmy has an inbuilt prejudice against rugby but he has been
Carol Quinlan takes a look at what the Bank Inquiry has shown us about Irish capitalism. The Banking Inquiry is now fully into its main investigation. It has been hearing evidence from senior bankers and over the next couple of months we’ll finally get to hear from the politicians themselves.