Support the train drivers – striking on Saturday 30 July for their pay to keep pace with the increase in the cost of living.
Sinn Féin has become the most popular party on the island of Ireland, and on both sides of the border.
“..Ireland is on the cusp of an historic opportunity to unravel the generational political, social and economic trauma which partition has brought about.”
Support the more than 40,000 Communication Workers Union (CWU) members who work for the BT Group and will be striking on 29 July and 1 August. They are fighting against real-terms pay cuts. They are fighting for us all.
A further round of industrial action is taking place on 27 July.
Progressive people will want to show solidarity to those fighting in defence of their jobs and living standards.
Victory to the rail workers!
With an unprecedented heatwave this Summer people are beginning to wake up and smell the smoke.
The climate and labour movements have a common interest in linking the climate and cost of living crises.
Socialists support the striking rail workers and any others who enter the fray.
At the same, the Business Investment strike must be broken for any realistic possibility of a sustained rise in living standards.