No Going Back




Department of Health, Baggott Street, Dublin 2.

People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd Barrett (middle pic centre) joined protesters from the Campaign for an All- Ireland National Health Service (CAINHS) which was launched last month and who held a National Day of Action yesterday.

Yesterday: The Cost Of Going Private

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7 thoughts on “No Going Back

  1. broadbag

    I vote RBB but he’s awful black and white sometimes, see also PBB woman on Primetime saying they would nationalise the construction sector, the mind boggles! Where’s the detail on how this would work and why it would be better?

    1. Cú Chulainn

      It was Ruth Coppinger.. and when questioned said it was only the big building companies they would nationalise. I think RBB or PM gave her that script and she said it without thinking. She lost her seat. Ruth is brilliant on many issues. Pity for her she has such good team players with her.

  2. Gabby

    They are in the radical vanguard on this and other issues, but the majority of voters are under the rearguard mudguard.

  3. Cian

    They are going after the Shinner vote – a 32 county National Health Service.

    or perhaps they want the Republic to re-join the UK?

    1. SOQ

      Well- a national health care system is not something northerners will give up easily- if ever. So as part of a unification plan it is most definitely on the cards.

      On the other side there is already a growing private system in the north but that is mainly peripheral things like GPs and dentists etc- although dentists in particular are doing very well from southern patients because they are much cheaper.

  4. Panty Christ

    There’s a constitutional barrier to the state taking over private business enterprises not to mention a corporate law one

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