Category: POLITICS

Public Back Minimum Wage Increase To €143 An Hour

THE Irish public has given its backing to an increase in the minimum wage and being helpful enough to offer a suggested figure of €143 an hour. A survey of 1,000 people saw 98% of people stating the Government should allow individuals to name their own desirable wage, but resistance to an increase is strong… Read more »

Tsipras Applies For Bailout Out Of Bailout Talks

AS Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras entered his 27th hour of being chained to a radiator in a Belgium basement, the politician requested a bailout out of the Greek bailout talks, WWN can exclusively reveal. Arriving in Brussels yesterday, Tsipras was under the impression he would enter negotiations with EU leaders regarding a bailout programme… Read more »

Gerry Adams To Release Republican Ballads Cover Album

IN the clearest indication yet that Sinn Féin are gearing up for an imminent general election, the party’s leader Gerry Adams has been distracted by senior Sinn Féin officials with the release of an album of cover versions of some of his favourite republican ballads. Retailing at a very reasonable €7 and available in the… Read more »

Fearful Government End Austerity After Alan Shatter Incident

THE Government has immediately put an end to all austerity measures after former minister for justice Alan Shatter was delayed by several minutes when attempting to enter Leinster House yesterday. Mr. Shatter has come under fire for labelling the agitated protesters as ‘fascists, but exclusive footage obtained by WWN did show the so-called Sinister Fringe… Read more »