Official inflation figures understate the real extent of rising costs, but even the government's own CPI scheme lays bare the ongoing misery for working people and those dependent on benefits.
The injustice of the forthcoming G8 summit - soon to be descending on Co Fermanagh
Hatred is on the rise in a Britain scarred by poverty and austerity.
Padraig Mackel isn't happy that British PM David Cameron has decided to hold a summit of the global elite in Ireland. He previews an exciting weekend of resistance being planned
Women of the radical Jewish East End were instrumental participants in the class struggles of the first decades of the 20th century.
Schools ought to teach colonial history warts and all
The Cameron or Tories dilemma is like the choice between syphilis or gonorrhea
The declaration below represents the beginning of a democratic process leading towards a second People's Assembly in early 2014.
This declaration represents the views of all those who initially called for the People's Assembly.
We hope it will be endorsed by the People's Assembly on June 22. It will then be open to the local People's Assemblies, union bodies and campaign groups who support the People's Assembly to suggest amendments, additions, or deletions.
These will then all be discussed and decided upon at the recall People's Assembly in 2014.
The plans for action are simply the most obvious rallying points for a national anti-cuts movement for the remainder of 2013.
They are not intended to supersede local or sectional action by existing campaigns or trade unions. They are intended to be the focus of national, collective action by the whole anti-austerity movement.
June 22 will only be the start of the fight for change