LookLeft 23 is in Easons stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now.
Only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include:
Fine Gael’s NATO romance –Gavin Mendel-Gleason discusses the plans to further undermine Irish neutrality.
Ballymun’s lessons – Richard O’Hara finds out about mistakes in the development of Ballymun that can inform future social housing projects.
The Corbyn Surge – Francis Donohoe and Dara McHugh report on the movement that powered a socialist to the head of the British Labour Party.
Europe – Left or Leaving? Is it possible to have a progressive European Union? Nessa Childers MEP and Patricia McKenna debate.
Tory Assault on Trade Unions – Tory plans for draconian new laws will provoke a powerful response from the trade union movement, Kerry Fleck reports.
Portugal’s Deeply Rooted Left – Áine Mannion discusses the past and present of the Portuguese Communist Party.
Forum – The politics of migration, international trade deals, the Carrickmines fire and class in NGOs
A forgotten revolutionary – John Jefferies explores the radical life of John Dowling, a Munster trade unionist and socialist.
Gemma Hutton – The outspoken Belfast comedian talks sexuality and sectarianism with Dolan.
The Great Propagandist – Looking at the art world of the USSR through the life and work of El Lissitsky.
Refugees Welcome – The football fans reaching out to refugees in Ireland and abroad
And much more…
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