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# People Before Profit

Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Protestors who tore down Grand Canal fencing call for ‘end to hostile architecture’
This month
July 2024
'Lessons to be learned from France': PBP renews calls for left alliance ahead of general election
Last month
June 2024
Soc Dems, Sinn Féin, People Before Profit and independents form alliance on Dublin City Council
Minister challenged on ‘garda surveillance’ of families of Dublin and Monaghan bombings victims
Here are the key promises from the local election manifestos of smaller parties
This year
Dáil suspended after Fianna Fáil TD appears to accuse People Before Profit of being 'Putin's puppets'
PBP defends Sinn Féin's inclusion in voting pact offer despite rhetoric shifting 'rightwards'
PBP seeks vote-left transfer-left pact for local elections but excludes Labour and the Greens
Paul Murphy 'refuses to be intimidated' after death threat graffitied on wall near his home
Simon Harris expected to press pause on expanding sick leave as part of business support plan
Debunked: ‘Ireland will change forever’ conspiracy meme is contradictory and nonsensical
'Why's he in Japan?': Protesters say O’Gorman must answer questions over asylum seeker treatment
Who's running in the European elections? Here are the declared candidates so far
Varadkar says he is abused on the street about Gaza, as Tánaiste says sanctions not ruled out
Varadkar said Israel has become “blinded by rage” and is not even listening to the advice of its close ally the United States anymore.
Taoiseach says he has been "shouted at and abused" by the public over the government's response to Gaza
Tánaiste says Ireland could impose travel ban on West Bank settlers even if EU does not make collective decision
UNRWA chief will meet with Micheál Martin in Dublin this week
Future of St John of God care facilities in limbo as charity faces ongoing financial crisis
Bríd Smith among 3 People Before Profit candidates announced for European elections
'We're continuing as if it's business as usual': Dáil suspended briefly after TDs push for debate on Gaza
Bríd Smith warned by Ceann Comhairle for claiming 'Nazi supporters lies' have been repeated in Dáil
Calls for Leo Varadkar and Mary Lou McDonald to boycott St Patrick's Day White House visit
Taoiseach among multiple politicians whose homes were targeted over weekend by protesters
Dublin TD Paul Murphy described the second protest outside of his home as a ‘step up from the last time’
Last year
Richard Boyd Barrett defends remarks labelling Israel a ‘filthy, racist regime’
Government approves €95 million in funding for greyhound and horse racing industries
PBP says Ireland has 'blood on our hands' as it tables motion calling for sanctions on Israel
Lord Mayor of Dublin defends decision to hold meeting with Israeli ambassador next week
'People Before Profit are not eurosceptic, we’re euro-critical’: Gino Kenny on party's EU stance
Chaos and confusion at UCD debate on Israel and Palestine
People Before Profit Bill to legalise personal use of cannabis seen as ‘test for Government'
Occupied Territories Bill in limbo amid calls for unions to back workers refusing to handle Israeli goods
Calls for von der Leyen to resign by People Before Profit while SocDem's say they 'wouldn't vote for her'
People Before Profit and SocDems seek emergency Dáil debate on situation in Gaza and Israel
Rally held outside Dáil in solidarity with Palestine
'It shows the irony': Irish speaker on using Gaeilge to confront anti-immigrant protesters
Legalising assisted dying would ‘radically’ alter ‘equality of human lives’, Committee hears
People Before Profit propose scrapping TV licence and funding RTÉ through a new 'Big Tech Tax'
People Before Profit TD Bríd Smith announces she will not be seeking re-election
FactCheck: Abortion bill still many stages away from passing into law
Martin to Murphy: 'I shudder to think of the day where you might be in authority'
'Pay discrimination': Bill seeks to give under-20s the same minimum wage as everyone else
‘Complex and profound issue’: Committee on assisted dying to hold first public session next week
Despite a free vote, no FF TDs and just one FG TD voted in favour of PBP's abortion bill