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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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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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Concerns have been expressed over the suspension of normal planning guidelines to fast-track the building of modular housing units to house homeless families in Dublin.

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The Stormont executive collapsed during September leading to a further round of talks aimed at resolving the regular political crises which lead to the suspension of the Northern Ireland Government.

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Left parties are divided in their response to the Right2Change platform, which seeks to unite progressive parties under a policy agenda for government.

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Freda Hughes speaks to Shaykh Umar Al-Qadri of the Irish Muslim Peace and Integration Council about their battle again religious extremism, intolerance and Islamophobia. 

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Activists are facing a legal crackdown against protest actions, reports Francis Donohoe.

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The lack of Government action in the case of Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa, who is awaiting trial in Egypt and a possible death sentence, has been questioned by international human rights lawyers.

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The Petition of Concern system in the Northern Ireland Assembly, which was used in November by the DUP to void a majority vote in favour of marriage equality, should be legally challenged, according to the Workers’ Party.

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“Socialism offers a platform broad enough for all to stand upon who accept its principles.” – Keir Hardie

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