The struggle of Debenhams workers is not isolated, it is linked to workers’ rights, lack of union recognition, sick pay and bargaining power.
Molly Kavanagh examines the existence, or lack thereof, of “cancel culture” through the lens of #MeToo, JK Rowling and Phil Hogan.
In his latest tweet Donald Trump has threatened to postpone the November 3rd Election. But can he do so? And if not, what exactly is he up to?
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Leo Varadkar raised eyebrows when he stated that the coming economic recovery could be “very divisive”. The government has a choice in this matter.
JK Rowling’s recent ill-informed essay suggests that transphobia may be going mainstream. Here we fact-check seven of her most dangerous statements.
The Programme for Government’s lack of clarity regarding the financing of future expenditure is problematic. Carbon tax can’t be the answer.
In our first Pride article, Roland Baldwin discusses the origins of Pride Month from the time of Prohibition right up to the Stonewall Riots.
A discussion with John Baker of Basic Income Ireland on how we can deal with some of the perceived issues with basic income and garner more support.
In the first part of a series on the topic of a new ‘social contract’, Daithí Ó Sé of Cork Social Democrats lays out the case for creating a more equal future via radical change.
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