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ILP

ISO 4217 code for the Irish pound. The pound was introduced in 1928, replacing the British pound sterling. However, it was pegged to the sterling at a one-to-one ratio until the peg was abandoned in the 1970s when Ireland joined the European Monetary System. The Irish pound was taken out of circulation in 2002 and replaced with the euro.
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My paper argued that the mass base for Labour was created in working-class electorates in the cities through the political campaigns organised by the 'moderate' advocates of an independent labour party to win workers away from the Liberal Party.
UK) traces the debates within the British left (consisting of the Labour Party, the trade unions, the Cooperative Party, the Independent Labour Party, the Social Democratic Party, and others) over the European integration project from 1945 to 2005.
The records show it was Orwell's replies to a questionnaire issued by Left magazine - the mouthpiece of the Independent Labour Party - that helped convince the security services he was not in with the Communists.
His earliest hero was the left-wing firebrand James Maxton, a leading figure in the Independent Labour Party from the 1920s until the 1940s.
In 1893 he founded the Independent Labour Party to get working-class Members of Parliament elected separately from the Liberals and in 1900 took a leading role in setting up the Labour Representation Committee, which became the Labour Party in 1906.
Matthew Worley describes this as a 'moderate and practical socialism that contrasted with the more militant and theoretical approach of those on the left within and without the party'--including the Communist Party of Great Britain, the Independent Labour Party and the Socialist League (who continued to challenge Labour's authority to speak as the party of the left).
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As a Poor Law Guardian in the working-class areas of Manchester Pankhurst represented the Independent Labour Party from 1894-98.
Ros Merkin continues the theme of theatre as political agent by examining the work of the Independent Labour Party Arts Guild in the dissemination of socialist ideals, while Mick Wallis shows how the popular town pageants of the period, while 'Rightist in conception', also offered 'a vehicle for the populist left' (p.
Purvis describes how the Pankhursts moved from Liberalism to the democratic socialism of the Independent Labour Party (ILP) and how Pankhurst's forays into the slums of Manchester forged her feminist consciousness.
found itself engaged in similar disputes with first the Independent Labour Party (I.
Certainly, the activities recorded in Martin Crick's History of the Social Democratic Federation and in the articles in the Centennial History of the Independent Labour Party are a long way off.
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