A leaflet “This Is Republican Socialism An Introduction To The Politics Of The Irish Republican Socialist Party” produced around 2002 by the IRSP. The leaflet gives details of party ideals and policy.
“This Is Republican Socialism … The Politics Of The Irish Republican Socialist Party” September 6, 2020
Tags: Irish Politics, Irish Republican Socialist Party, IRSP, northern Ireland, Politics
1997 leaflet from the IRSP calling for a Republican Forum to debate “The Politics Of The Peace Process” September 27, 2017
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From 1997 a leaflet from the IRSP calling for the Convening of a Broad Republican Forum to openly debate “The Politics Of The Peace Process”. Interesting given it’s from just after the second IRA Ceasefire, at a delicate time for the Peace Process.
Tags: Derry, Election ephemera, election flyers, Irish Left, Irish Republican Socialist Party, IRSP, Lucy Callaghan, northern Ireland, political ephemera, political flyers, Politics, postaday2011
From the 2011 Local Elections a leaflet from Lucy Callaghan of the IRSP running in Northland Ward for a seat on Derry City Council. It’s the first time in many years that the IRSP have contested an election in Northern Ireland.
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From the 2011 Local Elections in Northern Ireland a leaflet from Jim Gorman of the IRSP who is running for a seat on Belfast City Council in the Lower Falls. The IRSP are fielding five candidates in the Local Elections. As far as I’m aware its a number of elections since they stood candidates.
Tags: 1976 dublin south west by election, dublin south-west, Irish Politics, Irish Republican Socialist Party, IRSP, Ite Ni Chionnaith, Politics, postaday2011
Many thanks to the sender who notes….
“a copy of an election poster for Ite Ni Chionnaith who ran for The Irish Republican Socialist Party in Dublin South West in the June 10th, 1976 by-election.”
She polled 287 votes in a contest won by Labours Brendan Halligan. The by-election was caused by the death of Fianna Fail TD Noel Lemass. Lemass was son of Sean Lemass, husband of Eileen Lemass and of course brother in law of Charles J Haughey.
From 1980 -Hunger Strike Bulletin -Issue 2 -IRSP November 2, 2010
Tags: brendan hughes, H-Block, Hunger Strike, Ireland, Irish Politics, Irish Republican Socialist Party, IRSP, john Nixon, northern Ireland, republican
First off many thanks to the sender. I’m afraid, despite my best efforts, that its quite difficult to read in parts.
Its issue 2 of the IRSPs Hunger Strike Bulletin produced during the ‘First Hunger strike’ in 1980. The Hunger Strike began on October 27th 1980. Among the Seven initial Hunger Strikers was INLA member John Nixon.
This issue contains a letter from John Nixon and a diary of events for the period between the 26th of October and the 4th of November.
Issue one is posted HERE
The Legacy of Seamus Costello -Starry Plough 25th Anniversary Edition 2002 September 28, 2010
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Was sent (many thanks) these pages of a 2002 Edition of The Starry Plough, the newspaper of the IRSP. It was a special edition marking the 25th Anniversary of the murder of Seamus Costello.
In this post are The cover of the paper and a very interesting page which cover many things including a profile of Seamus Costello, the foundation of the IRSP and his ultimate murder, which is uploaded in PDF HERE .
(Should anyone have any of Costellos election material. I’d love to post it)
The sender notes too that “Costello was the first (and so far only) leader of an Irish political party to be murdered.”