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# Campaigners

This year
Campaigners who raised ire of right-wing press insist they're not 'plotting to hijack Eurovision'
Members from the Liverpool for Europe group plan to hand out 75,000 EU flags at this week’s Eurovision in Liverpool.
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Varadkar says there'll be 'difficult conversations' as some Irish people find out they were adopted
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said, “This really needs to be dealt with with the ultimate sensitivity in the period ahead.”
Grenfell campaigners drive 'three billboards' through London
Yesterday marked eight months since the 14 June 2017 Grenfell Tower fire.
Anti-racism campaigners say opening of pig farm at ex-Nazi camp is a "grave offence"
The Czech leader is under fire for supporting the movie.
"Enough is enough": Stardust campaigners holding sit-in over tragic deaths
They are looking for a new investigation into the nightclub blaze.
Doctor accused of female genital mutilation of woman after childbirth
The woman initially underwent FGM in Somalia at the age of six. Her stitches tore during childbirth.
Restoration of discretionary medical cards welcomed, but questions still remain
Campaigners want temporary measures to be introduced that will improve the application process for new applicants.
Stardust campaigners to give Micheál Martin new information on blaze
They said they are “hopeful” about the meeting.
Taoiseach urged to meet Stardust campaigners
Deputy Tommy Broughan said he was disappointed that the Taoiseach has not yet committed to meeting them.
Stardust campaigners are refusing to leave Government Buildings
They are looking for a submission on the nightclub disaster from the Taoiseach.
‘Accountability and lessons need to be learnt from the deaths of Bray fire men’
The IFESA, local Wicklow councillors and family of the deceased firemen are asking for a full fire service to be rolled out.
Video: Protesters stop Labour float during Dublin Pride parade
The protesters held up the Labour bus for about 10 – 15 minutes, a party spokesperson said.
Meet the lone ‘sheriff’ of the ‘ashtray of Europe’
Anti-smoking advocate and cancer sufferer is trying to highlight Austria’s lax enforcement, where almost two thirds of venues flout complex smoking area legislation.
UN Special Rapporteur "concerned" about Shell to Sea protesters
Margaret Sekaggya said there is “tangible frustration amongst local residents who are standing up for their rights”.
Rossport campaigners under 24 hour surveillance
A report from the private security company employed by Shell EP Ireland included details and movements of people in the camp.
Gallery: Demonstrators rally against Dublin Bus cutbacks
The Save Our Bus Services campaign argues the changes will affect the most vulnerable in society.