On 30 January 1972, Bloody Sunday, the British Parachute Regiment shot dead 13 unarmed civil rights protesters in Derry and wounded 15 others.
Dublin Bus workers have soundly rejected a deal recommended by union leaders
Forty years ago, the death of Bobby Sands reverberated throughout the world in a way that no other event has done in recent Irish history.
For a workers' republic of Ireland.
Review of Common History, Common Struggle by Peter Hadden.
Deal or no deal, the working class loses.
100 year anniversary.
What happened to the "oven ready" Brexit?
A socialist analysis of Sinn Fein's electoral upset
Labour must support nationalisation under workers' control