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Austin Stack 14h
Remember what happened in Germany, taking away the free press is always the first sign of
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Mick Caul Feb 27
Leo Lied. Did Department of Housing produce dodgy homeless statistics ahead of to benefit ? The number of people who are homeless has risen to over 10,000 again 6,697 adults and 3,574 children were homeless in January.
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Dave Gibney Feb 27
Fascinating. Ibec abandoned social dialogue at the start of the economic crash so their members could savage workers’ living conditions.They didn’t need unions because they had the ear of FG. Now with a possible SF govt, they want to sit down again
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Mick Caul Feb 27
"Everyone has to welcome the significant fall in homeless people we saw the other day" 30/1, week before Today, number of people homeless rises sharply to top 10,270 Figures were manipulated ahead of election
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Mick Caul 9h
Interestingly, last night made no reference to the increase in homeless numbers. Last month "record" reduction in homeless numbers got over two minutes coverage on news. A week before RTÉ rarely covers homeless statistics
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Electroboy Feb 26
This is the first step. It will end with a peck on the cheek. The second date maybe a little heavy petting. And before you know it they will be shacked up and acting like was a collective dream we all had. How agonising to watch this game of ego’s play itself out.
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David Mc Weeney Feb 24
Last week, SF's Réada Cronin lambasted by politicos & media for comparing Israeli actions to Nazis. Branded anti-Semitic. This week, SF public meetings compared to Nazis of 1930s Nuremberg. By who? Same politicos & media. Yeah...Just think about that for a minute.
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Mick Caul Feb 22
Are / playing fast and lose with the peace process? asks where is the evidence to back up the claims by Drew Harris
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Ita O'Kelly Feb 20
I wonder why there has been such a deafening silence around the prospect of us having our first ever female Taoiseach in Why have all the supportive feminist voices suddenly fallen silent?
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PJ Pickering Feb 24
Only 1 of these pics is of the actual Nuremberg Rally. The other 3 are of Fine Gael rallies.
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Conor Humphries Feb 25
Pearse Doherty addresses a couple of hundred supporters who were unable to get in to Dublin’s Liberty Hall
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David W. Higgins 3h
Lots of focus around this article on who *wasn't* included. Yet, those who *were* included appear the ones best positioned for seat gains at the next election. All parties do this, even if it appears exclusionary.
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Miriam O'Callaghan Feb 21
Why did we even bother voting on the ? With all this sudden political resurrectionism and cynicism it's like the never happened. And hardly a word about any of this until SF did well in the
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John Lee Feb 23
New Sinn Fein TD Built €1m House Without Planning Permission Author of controversial tweets sought help from FF Minister
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Yer Leftist Da Feb 21
I'm more worried about these boys than the IRA.
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Mary Roche 🌱💚🌷 9h
It's only been 2 weeks since but with and bearing down on us on top of health, homelessness and housing crises I don't think the public are in the mood for prolonged negotiations. The parties need to get off their high horses and give us a government.
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Eoin Kelleher Feb 24
No party won the election so no party has a right to be in power. Not SF, not FF, not FG. Anyone saying otherwise doesn't understand that at this stage, it's only the party that can attract enough coalition partners to make it over 80 seats, that "deserves" to be in power
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David Mc Weeney Feb 21
Wow. This is getting tedious. SF challenging the duopoly for power. So the usual FF, FG & media suspects losing their arse over it. Suddenly, 22 years after Good Friday Agreement...the IRA is relevant again! 22 years!! People aren't stupid. They see what's going on.
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Miriam O'Callaghan Feb 20
The strange, muted reaction to her making history yesterday in votes for Taoiseach, confirms that not only leads the wrong kind of party, but is the wrong kind of woman, the wrong kind of politician, the wrong kind of feminist. Havel territory: absurd.
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Ó Murchadha Feb 20
What is that in the distance? 🤔 partie deux
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