People Before Profit to hold press conference to highlight motion to repeal FEMPI

People Before Profit are holding a press conference today to highlight a motion that they are putting to the Dail to abolish the Financial Emergency in the Public Interest legislation (FEMPI). Where: Buswell’s Hotel When: Wednesday, 1st June (Today) Time:...

31st May 2016

No change to disastrous policies of privatisation in key areas of social housing , health and vital infrastructure

No change to disastrous policies of privatisation in key areas of social housing , health and vital infrastructure No change – No serious commitment on inequality, wealth distribution or women’s rights In a statement today, Richard Boyd Barrett who spoke...

6th May 2016

Transdev Provoking Luas Dispute with Outrageous Attack on Drivers

Workers Undertaking Legitimate and Legal Action Under Payment of Wages LegislationPeople Before Profit TD, Bríd Smith, has lashed out at Transdev and their Managing Director, Gerry Madden for a disgraceful and vicious attack on the Luas drivers. People Before Profit...

29th April 2016

TD’s gather to support Luas workers at St Stephens Green Luas stop

Following a meeting with Luas drivers organised last week by People Before Profit and attended by TD’s from a number of parties and independents, it was agreed that a cross party delegation would gather in support for the Luas workers,...

21st April 2016

People Before Profit fully supports the LUAS workers

In a statement, People Before Profit TD, Richard Boyd Barrett has conveyed his party’s full support to the Luas drivers in their battle for proper pay and conditions. Today People Before Profit will be holding stalls across the country and...

2nd April 2016

People Before Profit call for pay increases for workers so they can afford to live- which will boost the economy

People Before Profit launch Decent Jobs: Employment and Labour Rights Manifesto State must play a role in creating jobs People Before Profit held a press conference this morning launching their Decent Jobs: Employment and Labour Rights Manifesto. Attending the launch...

19th February 2016