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At the 2016 Jim Connell Red Flag festival in county Meath in May, SIPTU researcher Tish Gibbons delivered a powerful message on the importance of international workers solidarity.

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The announcement in May that water charges will be suspended from the Autumn of 2016 has been greeted by most campaigners as a major victory in the struggle to prevent the privitisation of water provision.

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Mairead Enright discusses ‘moderate’ proposals for Abortion Law Reform.

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The Northern Ireland Assembly Elections in May delivered a marginal political change that could develop into something more, reports Justin O’Hagan

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A new proposal to bring an end to the housing crisis seeks to place social solidarity at the centre of local authority developments, reports Gavin Mendel-Gleason. In May, a radical proposal to end the housing crisis was published and gained the support of many of the country’s leading homelessness campaigners

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John Jefferies takes a look at the political dynasties which clutter Leinster House.

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The Republic’s General Election produced neither a leftwing breakthrough nor a stable rightwing government. Dara McHugh reports.

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As European governments shut the doors, activists are opening windows. Daniel Deering and Áine Mannion report on Irish activist responses to the refugee crisis.

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Aggressive anti-union laws are in the pipeline for Britain. Kerry Fleck asks what their impact on Northern Ireland will be, and will the Tories awaken a sleeping giant? Within weeks of winning a surprise election victory, Britain’s first fully Tory Government in 18 years had announced plans for new laws

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British Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, could be the catalyst for the creation of a movement which places the interests of the working class and social democratic politics to the fore. Francis Donohoe and Dara McHugh report.

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Plans to step up Irish involvement in NATO will only increase the country’s complicity in global humanitarian disasters, writes Gavin Mendel-Gleason.

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A communal garden that has become a centre for a local community in west Dublin is threatened with destruction by the local Catholic Church, Áine Mannion reports.

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