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Irish Republican Socialist Party Jan 28
“They have delivered a rapidly increasing cost of living, the biggest housing and homeless crisis in recent history, a chaotic healthcare system and little to no future planning for or Environmental sustainability.”
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YesForUnity Jan 26
has the potential to do all this; to deliver a political grassroots focused energy deep within our communities that when fully harnessed can lead to true, incorruptible change and socio-economic liberation.”
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STAN ÓCAÍRBRE 3h
🤡 did it his way now he faces the final curtain
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Joe Matthews Jan 23
Replying to @SuzyJourno @BelTel
As a Republican Socialist, I voted for brexit because 1) Working Class Interests are not met by EU membership 2) Brexit has triggered momentum towards . Would I be welcome at this celebration with my Starry Plough & Bottle of Mcdaids banana drink lol
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James O'Hara Jan 28
Even Homer Simpson can see the silver lining to Brexit!
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STAN ÓCAÍRBRE Jan 27
Replying to @MichealMartinTD
Will you call for the SoS NOI to call a referendum for will you stand by the people NOI and never leave us behind let's hear you call it out Michael a new Ireland
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PressTV Programs Jan 28
Loyalist thugs disrupting an march in Glasgow. Press TV is at the forefront of covering news and analysis related to . We produced the below analysis on last Saturday's march:
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Irish Freedom Party- are UVF/BNP COLLABORATORS Jan 27
DEMOLITION at hands of
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The Week in Politics Jan 26
Today on the panel discussed the question of and the 50 plus one provision of the GFA. Watch the full repeat tonight at 2335hrs on .
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STAN ÓCAÍRBRE Jan 27
Replying to @M_AndersonSF
Never underestimate the power of the in the EU who stands up for the majority of people who voted remain
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Joe Matthews Jan 26
An absolute slap in the face for Northern Public Sec workers! Voting for pension age rises in the north while pledging for pension age lowering in the south 🤔 Electioneering or a stunt to make more attractive...
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Duroyan Fertl 14h
Sinn Féin's 'manifesto for change' pledges to build 100K homes, cap mortgage rates, freeze rents, abolish property tax, abolish USC on the first €30K, & secure referendum on .
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Dáire Hughes Jan 26
If both points of view on the constitutional question are valid, then 50%+1 is the only viable & fair threshold for constitutional change. The GFA is explicit ⬇️ “majority” The debate is live, planning is essential. is 💯% on
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STAN ÓCAÍRBRE Jan 26
Replying to @HowellRoisin
Brilliant and Ireland will be a nation once again
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Jezzabeau Corbynista Jan 27
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Sean Bresnahan Jan 27
Replying to @RBoydBarrett @pb4p
I have to admit, you were very impressive. Don’t know much about yourself or PBP but will certainly take the time now to dig deeper, particularity into your policy (a subject which, incidentally, was at no point discussed or mentioned by anyone). Maith thú.
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STAN ÓCAÍRBRE Jan 23
Replying to @MTaylorClare
Fine Gael founded 1926 Sinn fenn founded 1902, Cumann na nGaedheal formally adopted Griffith’s policy of Sinn Féin You need to know your history old chap coming
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PressTV Programs Jan 25
The movement returned to the streets of today despite credible threats of Loyalist violence/terror. The confluence of Irish unity and movements define the UK's strategic deadlock and its demise in the mid-term:
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Ua Rathghaille Jan 26
Neither nor want a cos they’re scared of 500,000 to 750,000 more progressive voters as constituents. How dare they use their own power to deny our people 🇮🇪
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The Week in Politics Jan 26
For speaks on concerns for N.I and . catch the full show tonight on at 2335hrs.
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