Advertisement
This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
OK
Dublin: 15 °C Sunday 16 June, 2019

#Workers and Unemployed Action Group

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Thursday 25 April, 2013

Two TDs setting up new 'United Left' political party

The formation of a new political party involving TDs Clare Daly and Joan Collins comes in the wake of the apparent collapse of the United Left Alliance in recent months.

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Tuesday 2 October, 2012

Seamus Healy withdraws from ULA over handling of Wallace tax affairs

Healy said his party were disappointed and frustrated with the ULA’s handling of Wallace’s tax affairs.

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Sunday 23 September, 2012

Croke Park Agreement: Where do the political parties stand?

We’ve asked all of the political parties and a smattering of independents to outline clearly and in detail their position on the Croke Park Agreement on public sector pay and reform. Here is what they said…

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Sunday 24 June, 2012

'It's imperative the left unites': How the ULA wants to become a political party

An alliance of three main groups, the United Left Alliance eventually wants to become a full political party but there are differences within the group about how quickly that should happen.

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Saturday 14 April, 2012

United Left Alliance ‘tripping over themselves with hypocrisy’ – Labour TD

Colm Keaveney says that the alliance of left-wing parties in the Dáil stands for nothing but People Before Profit’s Joan Collins accused him of being “disingenuous”.

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Saturday 25 February, 2012

Poll: A year after the general election, who would you vote for now? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: A year after the general election, who would you vote for now?

It really is a year since the historic general election. But who would you give your first-preference vote to now?

# workers-and-unemployed-action-group - Saturday 5 February, 2011

Fine Gael ahead, but margin narrows on rolling Boards.ie poll

Fine Gael come out ahead after almost 4,000 votes cast in poll since yesterday, but Labour is not far behind and Independents come in third.