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Meat processing plants still pose a danger

A Workers' Party representative has reacted to a report from the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) highlighting issues in meat processing plants. The report concerningly highlights "staff working face to face, ill-fitted specialist masks and tightly spaced locker rooms" David Gardiner, Workers' Party representative in Palmerstown-Fonthill and Dublin Mid-West said: "Although the report redacts the [...]

December 1st, 2020|Comments Off on Meat processing plants still pose a danger

300 sign tree pruning petition in Palmerstown Manor

300 people have signed a petition for tree pruning in Palmerstown Manor. The petition, organised by the Workers' Party, calls on South Dublin County Council to add the estate to their Tree Maintenance List 2020-22. David Gardiner, Workers' Party representative in Palmerstown-Fonthill, said: "Numerous residents came to us looking for something to be done on [...]

November 14th, 2020|Comments Off on 300 sign tree pruning petition in Palmerstown Manor

No excuse for anti-social behaviour

Following an apparent rise in anti-social behaviour, Workers' Party representative in Palmerstown-Fonthill David Gardiner has called for parents to keep a close eye on their children over the winter months. Gardiner said: "Many residents are complaining of increased anti-social behaviour in Palmerstown. This has ranged from groups shouting abuse at people and egging houses, to [...]

October 25th, 2020|Comments Off on No excuse for anti-social behaviour

Stop U.S. repression, drop the charges!

The Workers’ Party of Ireland send their solidarity and support to the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) members arrested in Denver, Colorado on bogus felony charges. This is a blatant attempt to silence the PSL given their outspoken stance against the systematic racism in the United States; particularly in the wake of the violent [...]

October 11th, 2020|Comments Off on Stop U.S. repression, drop the charges!

Cut The Fees for COVID-19

Workers’ Party Youth has called for a reduction in third-level fees, citing the added financial pressure facing working class families brought on by COVID-19. Eoghan Gardiner, Secretary of Workers’ Party Youth, said: “Leaving aside for the moment the fact that third-level fees should be abolished in their own right, due to COVID-19, students are likely [...]

October 8th, 2020|Comments Off on Cut The Fees for COVID-19

Anti-mask protest puts public health at risk

The Workers' Party condemns the anti-mask and anti-lockdown protest, organised by elements of the far-right, which took place in Dublin yesterday. In holding the demonstration, the organisers knowingly jeopardised public health in the name of garnering political support. They also invited a group of anti-maskers from the continent, further risking the spread of COVID-19 both [...]

August 23rd, 2020|Comments Off on Anti-mask protest puts public health at risk

Government defy their own COVID restrictions

David Gardiner, Workers' Party representative for Palmerstown-Fonthill and Dublin Mid-West, has described a party organised of 80+ people, including TDs and Senators. by the Oireachtas Golf Society as "scandalous" and "typical of the gangsters that run this country." "Elected representatives, attending a party of 80+ people, in open defiance of COVID-19 restrictions, is absolutely scandalous. [...]

August 21st, 2020|Comments Off on Government defy their own COVID restrictions

Nuclear Power Discussion Document

The Workers' Party, at its last Ard Fheis, agreed to undertake an investigation into nuclear power as an option for dealing with climate change. To this end, the Ard Comhairle solicited discussion documents putting forward positions and information concerning nuclear power to start discussion within the Party. The first discussion document is now available here: [...]

July 22nd, 2020|Comments Off on Nuclear Power Discussion Document

Business Committee acting as separate party

The difficulties that the leadership of the Workers' Party have had in persuading the Business Committee, based in Northern Ireland, in adhering to basic democratic principles have been ongoing for some time. As well as refusing to circulate membership lists as required they have, before they were themselves issued with a precautionary suspension, attempted to [...]

June 21st, 2020|Comments Off on Business Committee acting as separate party

Micheál Martin wants to drive people into arms of banks

James Coughlan (Cork North Central) James Coughlan, the Workers’ Party candidate in Cork North Central has accused Fianna Fáil’s Micheál Martin of trying to sell an impossible dream of home ownership to people on the housing waiting lists which would merely make their situations worst by steering them into the arms of banks and vulture [...]

February 3rd, 2020|Comments Off on Micheál Martin wants to drive people into arms of banks