The week after the election in the South, which saw Sinn Féin win the popular vote as support for the two traditional establishment parties reduced to a historic low, the Economist magazine had a front cover asking if a United Ireland is possible.
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General Election 2020 was historic. It was only the second time that the combined vote of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael went below 50%. 2016 was the first, when it dipped just below 50% by 0.2%. However, this time it plunged to just 43.4% — an historic low.
Bosses at Allied Bakeries have been forced to significantly improve their abysmal pay offer after powerful and decisive strike action by workers in Unite and the Bakers’ Union – BFAWU.
Below is a leaflet text produced by Socialist Alternative (ISA in England, Wales & Scotland). Socialist Alternative is the sister organisation of the Socialist Party. Stand together & fight! Save four pillars, save our Royal Mail! Royal Mail workers are in for the fight of their lives. Management are riding […]