The coronation later this week of Jeffrey Donaldson as leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is not a reflection of stability but rather is an indication of growing instability and confusion within reactionary unionism, going round and round in ever decreasing circles, lost in a labyrinth of its own […]
Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland – 18 June 2021 The resignation of Edwin Poots as leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, and the implosion of the DUP, should not come as a surprise to anyone with a modicum of understanding of the entrenched anti-democratic nature of unionism and […]
This image says all that needs to be said about the rich getting richer and the growing concentration of wealth leading to deepening inequality within this state.
The provision of shelter is now a huge source of profits and is creating a feeding frenzy by speculators, landlords and other parasitic capitalist elements as they demand for even greater profits.
The Communist Party of Ireland wants to announce, and welcomes, the establishment of a new branch in the Belfast region. The new branch will be called the Greater Belfast Branch. Its officers and branch members have the full support of the NEC and the membership of the CPI. This follows […]
The outrage being expressed by the Government and the minister for foreign affairs is all hot air and downright hypocritical, as is the blustering by the European Union, in regard to the Ryanair flight being forced to land in Belarus and the arrest of Roman Protasevich, a passenger on that […]
A number of communist and workers’ parties have issued a joint statement condemning the aggression against Palestinians in Jerusalem. We, the communist and workers parties undersigning this statement, strongly and unequivocally condemn the Israeli aggression meted out against Palestinians in Jerusalem – as well as the continued military bombardment upon […]
The decision of the Coroner Ms Siobhán Keegan to declare that the ten people killed “were entirely innocent of any wrongdoings on the day in question” is a welcome and important victory for the families of those murdered by the British Army in Ballymurphy, Belfast, in 1971. This victory for […]
National Executive Committee, Communist Party of Ireland Following its most recent meeting, the National Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Ireland, is calling upon the trade union movement and progressive forces to demand that the Government break with the failed approach of allowing the EU Commission to control vaccination […]
With International Working Women’s Day celebrations barely ended many people will have spent the morning watching the disgusting displays of police brutality captured at a vigil for Sarah Everard held in Clapham last night. This footage shows women who gathered to mourn and grieve being kettled, attacked and violently arrested […]
Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland The scenes in Dublin city centre yesterday (Saturday 27 February) should come as no surprise to anyone. The reactions to the violence of the state were as could be expected, as were the weasel words of condemnation by establishment politicians. Working people are frustrated […]