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Adams slams Joan Burton as “architect of austerity”

Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD has launched a scathing attack on the record of the Labour Party and of its leader Joan Burton on the weekend of the Labour conference in Killarney. Mr Adams is today addressing a large … Continue reading

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Cabinet Reshuffle: Different Folks,Same strokes – Gerry Adams TD

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD speaking to the Taoiseach today in the Dáil following his announcement of a Cabinet reshuffle and new priorities for the government said: “Citizens kept a report card on your government and they marked it … Continue reading

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Burton can’t distance herself from disastrous Government policies – Gerry Adams TD

Sinn Féin Leader, Gerry Adams TD has said the new leader of the Labour Party, Joan Burton cannot distance herself from the disastrous policies of the Government and should not be allowed to. He said the Labour Party should cease its … Continue reading

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Cardinal O’Malley slams Obama “deportation mania” of immigrants

Cardinal Sean O’Malley often called the “American Francis” because of his closeness to the popular pope has sharply criticized “deportation mania” in the Obama administration and among politicians. He has compared support for immigration reform to backing for pro-life issues sharply … Continue reading

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Archbishop of Dublin calls on Irish government to do more to stop mass emigration

The Archbishop of Dublin has called on the Irish government to take measures to curb emigration as families prepare for Christmas dinner with an ‘empty chair’ at the table. Dr Diarmuid Martin has urged the coalition parties to introduce new … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams responds to Taoiseach address

Responding to this evening’s televised address by An Taoiseach, Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD said: “There was nothing in what the Taoiseach had to say that will provide any comfort or hope to those families who have borne the … Continue reading

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Ireland, The Euroland Poster Boy, “Exits” Troika Bailout Program

The Euroland poster boy Ireland supposedly exit its bailout which is being touted as a “success story” but only mean it no longer gets fund and is stuck paying a huge 78 billion euro debt which require ever more austerity.  … Continue reading

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Government failing young people – Adams

Sinn Féin President and Louth TD Gerry Adams has today described the government’s Youth Guarantee Scheme as ‘woefully inadequate’ and a ‘disaster’ in respect of providing jobs, training and education for unemployed young people. The Taoiseach is in Paris today … Continue reading

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Labour Youth Condemns Cuts in Social Welfare for Young people

In the wake of Joan Burton’s budget directive that the Garda will be employed to hound an already downtrodden workforce, particularly immigrant workers, in the name of tackling “welfare fraud”, it seems truly absurd that she has in the recent … Continue reading

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The upshot of the referendum— You can’t negotiate with hell

If the mudflap government is happy that they “won” the referendum, they should think again. What they won through their deceptions and scaremongering is a chance to negotiate with hell. All bad news, of the despised property taxes, water charges, … Continue reading

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