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May 27, 2012

Spread the message against the treaty, download the United Left Alliance leaflet.

Today the United Left Alliance  launched its leaflet calling for a NO vote to the Austerity Treaty.

The ULA is calling for a NO vote to defend democracy and to break from the madness of austerity.

we are committing our full resources to defeating the governments plans to force permanent austerity on the Irish people.

Spread the message against the treaty, download the United Left Alliance leaflet.

Today the United Left Alliance  launched its leaflet calling for a NO vote to the Austerity Treaty.

The ULA is calling for a NO vote to defend democracy and to break from the madness of austerity.

we are committing our full resources to defeating the governments plans to force permanent austerity on the Irish people.

May 27, 2012

spread the message against the treaty, Download the United Left Alliance leaflet.

Today the United Left Alliance  launched its leaflet calling for a NO vote to the Austerity Treaty.

The ULA is calling for a NO vote to defend democracy and to break from the madness of austerity.

we are committing our full resources to defeating the governments plans to force permanent austerity on the Irish people.

Spread the message against the treaty, download the United Left Alliance leaflet.

Today the United Left Alliance  launched its leaflet calling for a NO vote to the Austerity Treaty.

You can download it from here.

May 23, 2012
'No' vote launch by anti home tax campaign
 
The Campaign Against Household & Water Taxes (CAHWT) today launched its poster and leaflet  for a 'No' vote in the Treaty Referendum.
'No' vote launch by anti home tax campaign
 
The Campaign Against Household & Water Taxes (CAHWT) today launched its poster and leaflet  for a 'No' vote in the Treaty Referendum.
 
Speaking outside the gates of the Dail, Deirdre Wadding of Wexford said :
May 22, 2012

From France and Holland to Slovakia and Greece, governments are falling victim to a European wide backlash against austerity. It seems no pro-austerity party is safe, with even Angela-Merkel’s Christian Democrats suffering a humiliating collapse in recent regional elections. Suddenly, it seems the debate in Europe is shifting away from austerity and towards a greater emphasis on boosting growth and creating jobs. So what is behind all this sudden talk of growth in Ireland and Europe and is the Fiscal Treaty fast becoming a dead duck?

 

From France and Holland to Slovakia and Greece, governments are falling victim to a European wide backlash against austerity. It seems no pro-austerity party is safe, with even Angela-Merkel’s Christian Democrats suffering a humiliating collapse in recent regional elections. Suddenly, it seems the debate in Europe is shifting away from austerity and towards a greater emphasis on boosting growth and creating jobs.

May 22, 2012

From France and Holland to Slovakia and Greece, governments are falling victim to a European wide backlash against austerity. It seems no pro-austerity party is safe, with even Angela-Merkel’s Christian Democrats suffering a humiliating collapse in recent regional elections. Suddenly, it seems the debate in Europe is shifting away from austerity and towards a greater emphasis on boosting growth and creating jobs. So what is behind all this sudden talk of growth in Ireland and Europe and is the Fiscal Treaty fast becoming a dead duck?

 

From France and Holland to Slovakia and Greece, governments are falling victim to a European wide backlash against austerity. It seems no pro-austerity party is safe, with even Angela-Merkel’s Christian Democrats suffering a humiliating collapse in recent regional elections. Suddenly, it seems the debate in Europe is shifting away from austerity and towards a greater emphasis on boosting growth and creating jobs.

May 16, 2012

In the midst of all the media bluster about billions and bailouts, the most fundamental consequence of adopting the Fiscal Treaty into law is being ignored; namely the threat the Treaty poses to democracy.

 

In the midst of all the media bluster about billions and bailouts, the most fundamental consequence of adopting the Fiscal Treaty into law is being ignored; namely the threat the Treaty poses to democracy.

May 16, 2012

In the midst of all the media bluster about billions and bailouts, the most fundamental consequence of adopting the Fiscal Treaty into law is being ignored; namely the threat the Treaty poses to democracy.

 

In the midst of all the media bluster about billions and bailouts, the most fundamental consequence of adopting the Fiscal Treaty into law is being ignored; namely the threat the Treaty poses to democracy.

May 16, 2012

In the midst of all the media bluster about billions and bailouts, the most fundamental consequence of adopting the Fiscal Treaty into law is being ignored; namely the threat the Treaty poses to democracy.

 

In the midst of all the media bluster about billions and bailouts, the most fundamental consequence of adopting the Fiscal Treaty into law is being ignored; namely the threat the Treaty poses to democracy.

May 7, 2012

‘The emphasis on austerity is becoming increasingly unpopular, with opponents saying it creates a self-defeating cycle of economic stagnation leading to lower tax receipts. It has been denounced in large rallies in Greece, Spain and the Czech Republic recently, and has proved to be a losing plank in any recent European election where it was tested.’

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EUROPE VOTES AGAINST AUSTERITY

‘The emphasis on austerity is becoming increasingly unpopular, with opponents saying it creates a self-defeating cycle of economic stagnation leading to lower tax receipts. It has been denounced in large rallies in Greece, Spain and the Czech Republic recently, and has proved to be a losing plank in any recent European election where it was tested.’

May 7, 2012

‘The emphasis on austerity is becoming increasingly unpopular, with opponents saying it creates a self-defeating cycle of economic stagnation leading to lower tax receipts. It has been denounced in large rallies in Greece, Spain and the Czech Republic recently, and has proved to be a losing plank in any recent European election where it was tested.’

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EUROPE VOTES AGAINST AUSTERITY

‘The emphasis on austerity is becoming increasingly unpopular, with opponents saying it creates a self-defeating cycle of economic stagnation leading to lower tax receipts. It has been denounced in large rallies in Greece, Spain and the Czech Republic recently, and has proved to be a losing plank in any recent European election where it was tested.’

May 3, 2012

IRISH REFERENDUM ON FISCAL TREATY 31 MAY 2012 WHY WE SHOULD VOTE NO

IRISH REFERENDUM ON FISCAL TREATY

31 MAY 2012

WHY WE SHOULD VOTE NO

Preface

Despite attempts by powerful outside interests - and even our own government! 

 to by-pass the Irish electorate and prevent this referendum, the decision by the Attorney General has given us a chance to protect ourselves from further  permanent erosion of our constitutional rights and national 

sovereignty.   It also gives us a breathing space to increase our 

May 2, 2012

The government clearly understands that the forthcoming referendum on the Austerity Treaty will be a battle between people’s fear and their anger, and they are determined to make fear the centerpiece of the Yes campaign. Within hours of the official launch of the Referendum their fear strategy was in full swing.

The government clearly understands that the forthcoming referendum on the Austerity Treaty will be a battle between people’s fear and their anger, and they are determined to make fear the centerpiece of the Yes campaign. Within hours of the official launch of the Referendum their fear strategy was in full swing.

April 30, 2012

Introduction

One of the tricks that the rich play on ordinary people is to exclude them from real decision making processes. Typically, this is done by monopolising the airwaves and speaking in a technical language that is almost impossible to understand. So-called ‘experts’ replace real democratic discussion and the elite consensus is then reinforced by being trotted out endlessly.

Introduction

One of the tricks that the rich play on ordinary people is to exclude them from real decision making processes. Typically, this is done by monopolising the airwaves and speaking in a technical language that is almost impossible to understand. So-called ‘experts’ replace real democratic discussion and the elite consensus is then reinforced by being trotted out endlessly.

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Wednesday 2nd may in Hearne’s Hotel Clonmel

Speakers Kieran Allan and Cllr Brid Smith

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Wednesday 2nd may in Hearne’s Hotel Clonmel

Speakers Kieran Allan and Cllr Brid Smith

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On thursday 3rd may, Metropole hotel Cork at 8pm

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On thursday 3rd may, Metropole hotel Cork at 8pm

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Friday april 27th  in the Imperial Hotel Dundalk at 8pm

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Friday april 27th  in the Imperial Hotel Dundalk at 8pm

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Wednesday 25th April in The Railway Bar at 8pm

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Wednesday 25th April in The Railway Bar at 8pm

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Monday, 16 April at 8pm, in Caulfield’s Pub, Maynooth

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Monday, 16 April at 8pm, in Caulfield’s Pub, Maynooth

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Thursday april 26th Dock’s hotel New ross Co Wexford at 7.30

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Thursday april 26th Dock’s hotel New ross Co Wexford at 7.30

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Tuesday may 1st in Kavanagh’s pub, main street Portlaoise  at 8pm

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Tuesday may 1st in Kavanagh’s pub, main street Portlaoise  at 8pm

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Thursday april 26th in Rathmines at the  Travelodge Hotel 8pm

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Thursday april 26th in Rathmines at the  Travelodge Hotel 8pm

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.

April 22, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Friday 4th may venue to be announced 8pm

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Friday 4th may venue to be announced 8pm

April 20, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
Tuesday 24th April 6.30pm south dublin county council offices.  the meeting will be Hosted by cllr Gino Kenny

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
Tuesday 24th April 6.30pm south dublin county council offices.  the meeting will be Hosted by cllr Gino Kenny

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.

April 20, 2012

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Monday 23rd April at 8pm in The Unite hall, keyzer st Waterford

A public meeting and discussion on a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty will take place
On Monday 23rd April at 8pm in The Unite hall, keyzer st Waterford

Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer in the School of Sociology in UCD, has launched a new booklet on the Fiscal Treaty.

The Fiscal Treaty and the Euro "Crisis" contains an analysis of the text of the treaty and the context that gave rise to it.