A Longford women has accused far-right agitators of targeting her and her family after they erected a National Party poster close to her home. Aneta
Video: Paul Murphy discusses Livelyin fiasco in the Dáil
On 23 June the Dáil heard a number of statements from TDs in solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community for Pride Month. People Before Profit’s Paul
Irish anti-trans group confirms it reached out to far-right journalist Andy Ngo
Anti-trans group The Countess has admitted to contacting the far-right journalist Andy Ngo last week. It came in the aftermath of attacks on the rights
Housing Minister accuses migrants of ‘putting a significant strain’ on homeless services
Anti-racism groups and members of the public have roundly criticised the Minister for Housing for blaming migrants for the housing crisis. Fianna Fáil TD Darragh
Defence Forces disciplined sergeant for posting far-right material online
The Defence Forces have disciplined a serving member for posting far-right talking points on social media. The officer made a number of comments on Twitter
Conspiracy theorist Dolores Cahill claims she helped people escape hotel quarantine
Conspiracy theorist Dolores Cahill has claimed she helped a number of people escape from hotel quarantine in Ireland last year. The former University College Dublin
Faith of minority communities in gardaí lacking as reports of racist public order offences rise
Members of minority communities who’ve been victims of racism are unlikely to report the incidents to gardaí according to the Irish Network Against Racism (INAR).
Politicians condemn Irish far right with one TD saying Irish Freedom Party engages in ‘hate messaging’
Two TDs have taken aim at the far right during a debate on the updating of Ireland’s laws on hate speech. Cathal Crowe of Fianna
Dublin Bay South by-election expenses revealed as National Party spent just €2,557 on leader Justin Barrett
The Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO) has revealed the expenses candidates in the Dublin Bay South (DBS) by-election incurred in their campaigns last July.
Irish commentator on Ukraine has history of downplaying controversy around Ukrainian neo-Nazi Azov Battalion
An Irish commentator on recent events in Ukraine appears to have previously defended and downplayed the actions of the notorious Azov Battalion. Businessman Paul Niland
SIPO reveals expenses far-right groups and individuals incurred during 2020 Dáil run
Hermann Kelly’s Irish Freedom Party (IFP) spent over €30,000 trying to get its candidates elected to the Dáil in the 2020 general election. The amount
Supreme Court sets date in March to hear O’Doherty’s and Waters’ appeal of court losses
In March the Supreme Court is due to hear a case Gemma O’Doherty and John Waters have brought regarding their challenge of Ireland’s lockdown legislation.