Don’t attack the striking rail staff

Crushing inequality, the threat of nuclear annihilation, a Dub that is inexplicably Taoiseach despite a large part of the country believing him to be one of the worst choices for the job and two major strikes in a year; it feels like the 80s.   When the bus strikes happened earlier this year, I was […]

Irish workers most overqualified in EU

  Irish workers are the most overqualified in the European Union for the jobs they are currently working in, according to figures from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).     The figures show that 1 in 3 workers in Ireland are at least one educational level above the international norm for their chosen occupation, […]

92% of Unite members vote in favour of industrial action

A second trade union representing non-academic staff in Trinity has voted in favour of industrial action up to and including strike action. 92% of Unite trade union members voted in favour of industrial action, with a turnout of 73%.   The prospect of industrial action has been increasing for a number of months, with the […]

Why students should oppose Feargal Quinn’s bill

William Foley urges students to unite with the labour movement and oppose its enemies

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