Ireland’s Parties look set to resume their Civil War positions in 2016

 It's back to 1921 for Ireland, If the latest poll figures are replicated in the 2016 General election, according to electoral strategist Adrian Kavanagh. This  shows  how seats could look across the country.   It will be a crying Shame if the Greens, Independents and other smaller parties cannot  improve their branding, policies and strategic communication of them … Continue reading Ireland’s Parties look set to resume their Civil War positions in 2016

Dublin City Council backs Irish Anti-Fluoride campaign

Winning the right to drink fluoride free water in Ireland came one step closer last night after Dublin City Council voted to tell the Irish Government to end mandatory water fluoridation. Dublin City Councillors voted on Monday to end Ireland's controversial mandatory water fluoridation policy, which is now linked to rising rates of thyroid illness, … Continue reading Dublin City Council backs Irish Anti-Fluoride campaign

Senate debate calls for fluoride referendum in Ireland

This Wednesday Seanad Éireann will debate a motion noting the fundamental human right of every Irish citizen to choose whether or not they have their water medicated with fluoride, given that from the 1st October Irish residents are being asked to pay for water. The private members bill was tabled by Senators Mary Ann O’Brien, … Continue reading Senate debate calls for fluoride referendum in Ireland