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Today, students from NUI Maynooth staged a picket at the office of Aine Brady T.D. The protest was organised by the Free Education for Everyone (FEE) campaign, who were also involved in the Castlebar secondary level walkouts.

Aine Brady
Aine Brady

The Brady’s decided to close their property dealership for the duration of the picket, while Gardaí had a heavy presence on the ground.

Full story can be found at http://free-education.info/maynooth-students-protest-at...-t-d/

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author by Rise like lions!publication date Thu Dec 09, 2010 22:19Report this post to the editors

Aine Brad’s constituency office in Cellbridge sprayed with ‘FF SCUM’ on front window.
http://riselikelions1.wordpress.com/2010/12/07/fianna-f...fiti/

Aine Brad’s constituency office in Cellbridge sprayed with ‘FF SCUM’ on front window.
Aine Brad’s constituency office in Cellbridge sprayed with ‘FF SCUM’ on front window.

author by FEE NUIMpublication date Sat Dec 11, 2010 02:18Report this post to the editors

Some photos from the demo.

Students make their way to Brady's
Students make their way to Brady's

The Brady's have removed the Fianna Fail sign from the building. FEE replaced it for them.
The Brady's have removed the Fianna Fail sign from the building. FEE replaced it for them.

"Maynooth support Clondalkin students!"
"Maynooth support Clondalkin students!"

Speaker from FEE IAFT expressing solidarity
Speaker from FEE IAFT expressing solidarity

 
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