Ireland’s newest political party has already suffered the oldest curse of Irish politics — the split.
A year ago, a new political party was formed, promising grand ideals and a break from old guard. But infighting and a lack of structure has ravaged its intentions, writes Micheal Clifford
Sales staff were forced to cancel a firesale auction of repossessed properties in Ireland amid allegations they were racially abused with anti-English remarks.
A firesale auction of repossessed homes and businesses had to be cancelled when protesters took over a salesroom.
A publican who re-opened her bar despite the fact that it was in receivership applied yesterday to have the case heard by judge and jury because it was such a serious case.
A couple has “reclaimed” their Co Cork pub from a bank-appointed receiver after having been locked out of the premises since last February.
People for Economic Justice, a group opposed to State payment to Anglo Irish Bank, today served legal papers on the Government.
The High Court has refused to grant a temporary injunction that would have stopped a €3.1bn payment to the former Anglo Irish Bank.
Two men from a group called 'People for Economic Justice', will represent themselves in opposition to the bad debts of Anglo Irish Bank at the High Court today.
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