Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

Podcast -The Dublin City Group February 25, 2022

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United Front Labour was an Alliance of The Communist Party of Ireland, Socialist Party of Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Labour Party and various Trade Union groups that contested the 1936 Municipal and Guardians elections in Belfast. This episode covers initial overtures about Left Unity as well as the election campaigns themselves.
  1. United Front Labour
  2. Ulster Christian Democrat Party
  3. Democratic Partnership
  4. Martin Brennan -Independent Republican -1937 General Election in Sligo
  5. The National Citizens Movement

Initially The Fine Gael Dublin City Group, in 1963 they met and hosted Young Unionists in Dublin and Belfast, by doing so they recognised The Constitution of Northern Ireland. For taking that position they were rebuked by The Fine Gael Leadership and subsequently resigned en masse from the Party. They continued as the Dublin City Group. In the 1965 General Election Jim Deegan stood as an Independent backed by The Dublin City Group. He also stood in the 1970 Dublin South County By-Election.

 

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