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Village Magazine 15h
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
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Village Magazine 15h
Environmentalism means changing everything. Got it?
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Village Magazine Feb 13
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Village Magazine Feb 13
“This production by Theatre Lovett and the Irish National Opera is fun and artistic, but the opera’s libretto is lost in the woods”
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Gavin Daly Feb 13
To all the economists, financiers and economists that I spend far too long debating with on twitter 👇
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Orla Hegarty Feb 13
Eoin, there’s no evidence of planning restrictions, 30,000 ‘ready to go’ in Dublin, unbuilt. A 5-year pipeline.
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Michael Smith Feb 11
Danny McCoy, director general of employers’ lobby group, Ibec, said he could “absolutely” see the Irish business world being able to work with Sinn Féin: “We have seen them in action in the North. Their instincts are not that mad when it comes to business”
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Michael Smith Feb 12
is the only TD who ever talks about curtailing Dublin’s sprawl. Greens seem to have downgraded their focus on planning in interests of climate and, often, biodiversity. Let’s hope their discussions on coalition are better than their manifesto, on this.
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Village Magazine Feb 12
“The adults in Medea are playing games with the children, but the play itself takes them seriously on their own terms” Anna Mulligan reviews at the Gate
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Village Magazine Feb 12
“The adults in Medea are playing games with the children, but the play itself takes them seriously on their own terms” Anna Mulligan reviews at the Gate
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Rory O'Sullivan Feb 9
I wrote this last week but it’s even more relevant today. Our political system is going to change a lot in the next few years, but our political divisions are nearly the exact same as they have always been
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Village Magazine Feb 7
Ever wondered what the difference is between PBP and Solidarity? Or why Paul Murphy is now in a new political party? Find answers to these questions and more in this detailed account of Irish Trotskyism.
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Village Magazine Feb 7
'The non-ideological, non-visionary parties of the pragmatic centre hold little appeal, even when the non-vision seems to be a slightly left-of-centre non-vision'.
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Professor Siobhán Mullally Feb 8
Well done on highlighting the many 'after rights' moments left unfinished. Work of on public sector duty to promote equality and hrts impt, also Euro. Soc Rts Comm decs on limits of consc obj and rt to health.
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Village Magazine Feb 7
'The non-ideological, non-visionary parties of the pragmatic centre hold little appeal, even when the non-vision seems to be a slightly left-of-centre non-vision'.
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Village Magazine Feb 7
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Village Magazine Feb 7
Many reproductive rights will depend on who is in power for the next few years, and yet abortion hasn't registered during this campaign at all. Repeal wasn't the end the end of the issue.
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Village Magazine Feb 7
Ever wondered what the difference is between PBP and Solidarity? Or why Paul Murphy is now in a new political party? Find answers to these questions and more in this detailed account of Irish Trotskyism.
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Village Magazine Feb 7
Before you make your mind up read Village's Election special: independent, challenging (and scathing). Comprehensive reads on , , , the radical left, Varadkar, Martin. You won't find this depth anywhere else!
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Village Magazine Feb 7
's manifesto impresses more than its transparency and its past
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