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Above from left: Liam Herrick (Irish Council for Civil Liberties); Ruth Coppinger (Socialist Party and ROSA); Aislinn O’Keeffe; and Ailbhe Smyth (activist for women’s and LGBT+ rights)

This afternoon.

Buswells Hotel, Dublin 2.

An event to ‘defend the right to protest’. A case is proceeding against ROSA activist Aislinn O’Keeffe in Limerick for her attendance at a protest last March violating Covid restrictions in Limerick city following the killing of Sarah Everard in the UK.

Sasko Lazarov /RollingNews

Last weekend.

Anti-vax shenanigans in Swords, county Dublin.

‘Hold The Line Swords’ writes:

We will be out again this Saturday from 2-4pm.

Meeting at Ryanair Roundabout, Airside, Swords from 1.50pm

All Hardy Bastards are welcome to join us!

No need for the language.

Any excuse.

Hold the Line Swords Telegram Group

This afternoon.

Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Demonstrators gather for a protest and march to Dail Eireann/Government Buildings against Covid restriction, including new measures to deny access to pubs and restaurants to the unvaxxed.

More to follow.

Pic by KN


This afternoon.

Protestors make their way up Nassau Street to Government Buildings on Merrion Street, Dublin 2.




This afternoon.

RTÉ News.

Anti-vaccine passport protests take place in Dublin and Belfast (RTE)


This afternoon.

Belfast, Northern ireland.

Pics by SOQ, who writes:

Bear in mind these pictures were taken at 12;30 today and the march did not start for another hour or so. Even at that point people were spilling out onto the road and traffic was getting disrupted. Unfortunately I could not hang around, but like Dublin it was big.

Free tonight?

DON’T sign, Miggeldy, headbutt their kneecaps.


Last night: Not In Our Name

Yes, but how free, etc., etc.


GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 at Midday.


Tomorrow afternoon.

The National Monument, Cork at 3pm.

Organisers promise a ‘family fun day, low on speeches and high on quality music’.

The Independent Campaign for Truth & Proper Healthcare Spokesperson Diarmaid Ó Cadhla said:

“Speakers at the event will address three core issues:

1. It will call on parents to “Protect Your Children” – Government plans the introduction of vaccines for children as young as 12 years. It will also call for an end to the oppressive face-covering policy in schools, which even denies the right of those with ‘reasonable excuse’ in law not to wear masks.

2. The Rally will call for the full re-opening of our society.

3. Saturday will also see the official launch of a new resource for business people, the Notice to Traders is published by the Irish Council for Human Rights (info@ichr.ie) and will be delivered to every business premises in Cork and nationwide in the coming weeks.

The advice from Government on the proper implementation of face covering laws has been absent, the Notice to Traders will help them avoid unintentional discrimination and consequent liability.”

Rally for Truth & Proper Healthcare