Communist Party of Ireland
Left-wing Sinn Fein uproots establishment parties’ hegemony in Ireland_ Left-wing Sinn Fein uproots establishment parties’ hegemony in Ireland

Sinn Fein registered a thumping victory by securing 37 seats out of the 42 it had contested with 24.53% of votes, while the two established parties – the incumbent Fine Gael and Fianna Fail won 20.86% and 22.18% of the votes, respectively

Irish government suspends police force commemoration amid protests

The government faced sharp criticism over its plans to commemorate the police forces that were involved in the repression of the independence struggle which critics alleged would be a celebration of the infamous ‘Black and Tans’

“A divided working class in Ireland can never achieve Socialism”

Alexander Homits of the Connolly Youth Movement in Ireland discusses the housing crisis in Ireland and the issues facing Irish youth

may day - ireland Communist youth in Ireland seek structural solution to homelessness

The Connolly Youth Movement interrupted an event attended by the prime minister, claiming that the policies of Fine Gael government, especially in the housing sector, have been destroying the country.

Irish CP Interview - Part 2 ‘The working class of Dublin and Belfast have the same enemy, crony capitalism’

In the second part of the interview, Jimmy Doran talks about the current regime of neoliberalism under the EU and the socialist history of Irish nationalism

Irish Communist Party - Interview ‘Our allegiance is to Irish Republic, declared in 1916, which include everything from the plough to the stars’

In the first part of our interview with the national executive member of the Communist Party of Ireland, Jimmy Doran, we speak about a varied set of issues, ranging from reproductive rights, austerity policies of the government, to the question of Northern Ireland.

Over 35,000 Irish nurses strike work demanding better pay, recruitments

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is are demanding equal wages, at par with health service grades like physiotherapists, whom they trail by around €7,000 (USD 8,046) a year. There has been massive public support for the nurses at the pickets

Ireland abortion Victory for women’s movement as Irish Seanad votes in favour of legalizing abortion

On May 25, 2018, in the historic referendum, 66% of Irish women and men voted to amend the country’s constitutional ban on abortions.

Tesco workers strike Workers’ strike at Tesco chain in Ireland escalates as the management refuses to engage with union

Union accuses Tesco of ignoring the problems faced by their staff and covert attempts for union busting

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