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Podcast- The Motor Insurance Justice Action Group December 24, 2021

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The Cork Unemployed Party "The Others" The Alan Kinsella Podcast

The Cork Unemployed Association/ Cork Unemployed Party ran from the early 1930's to the late 1940's. The Contested Municipal Elections and a General Election. This episode briefly covers attitudes to Unemployment at the time as well as a little history of benefits available to the Unemployed.
  1. The Cork Unemployed Party
  2. The Greater Dublin Constitutional Group
  3. The Voice of Wicklow
  4. The Motor Insurance Justice Action Group
  5. National Democratic Party

The Motor Insurance Justice Action Group fought for the rights of young drivers crippled with exorbitant costs for Car Insurance. In the 2002 General Election they nominated David Green to run in Dublin Mid West.

 

Mick Murphy Manifesto -Socialist Party – Dublin South West 2002 General Election July 6, 2010


From 2002 The Socialist Party Manifesto from candidate Mick Murphy running in Dublin South West. Despite high hopes (having polled over 2000 votes in 1997) Murphy polled 954 votes.

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Mick Murphy- Socialist Party -2002 GE Dublin South West January 2, 2010


Mick Murphy from 2002 where he got 954 votes. At the time the cost of motor insurance for young drivers was a hot issue and The Socialist Party became involved with the Motor insurance justice action group (MIJAG).
The back of the Leaflet was to do with another issue the Socialist Party were (are) involved in that was the protest against refuse charges.

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