Tag: Fine Gael

clips of Brid’s take on the Public Services Card (the Big Brother card?), and aspects of Fine Gael’s legacy and relationship to Fianna Fail.  

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Historic underfunding of water system by successive Fine Gael and Fianna Fail governments are the reasons for current infrastructure crisis. People Before Profit have outlined a number of measures that could be used to pay for water infrastructure upgrades and …

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People Before Profit TD claims Varadkar guilty of Double Standards on public sector pay Varadkar supports equal pay for cabinet members but not for teachers Workers told they must accept poor deal while ministers jockey for position and big pay …

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Leo Varadkar’s comments about more hospital beds ‘slowing down’ hospitals shows why he should never be returned as a Health Minister. Councillor Brid Smith, People Before Profit candidate, said, ‘Varadkar has let the PR mask slip and revealed his true …

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The Taoiseach hangs out with billionaire corporate tax dodgers in luxury Swiss resort, while the homeless and hospital patients suffer for lack of funding. In a statement, Richard Boyd Barrett TD for the People Before Profit Alliance and member of …

Kenny in Davos is an insult to the poor, homeless and struggling but says it all about the obscene inequality in Ireland and globally, says PBP TD Read More »

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Inequality still alive and well in Ireland with consultants due millions in compensation on top of inflated salaries Inequality is on the rise still in this country despite the propaganda of the government. Reports have surfaced today stating that HSE …

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