Tuesday October 20, 2020

Where is the ‘don’t pay’ posse leading us?

When the protest leaders fold up their tents, the homeowner is left holding the parcel, writes Pat Rabbitte.

23rd December, 2014

Bliss was it that Saturday to be on the march. But to be in the Trotskyist Vanguard was very heaven. The people had risen. From the factories and the farms they came in their thousands. Revolution was in the air. The government was on the run and the national broadcaster was acting as recruiting sergeant.

This current generation of Trotskyist ultra-left leaders missed out on the great tax marches of the late 70s. Some of...

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