International Revolutionary Marxist Centre
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|Other Affiliates: Info||Independent Labour Party (Britain) 1932–1940|
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The International Revolutionary Marxist Centre was a socialist international active in the 1930s, which rejected both the Communist International and mainstream social democracy. Referred to as the ‘London Bureau’, it was founded at a fringe meeting of the Labour and Socialist International, by parties including the Independent Labour Party (UK) who disaffiliated from the British Labour Party that year.
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Northern Ireland Socialist Party
By: Jim Monaghan | 11th June 2015, 6:13pm
This was the NI affiliate of the ILP. Leader Victor Halley. It worked with the CPI in the Irish Democrat. Defunct around the forties. Other parties were the POUM of Spain,the SAP of Germany (Willi Brandt was a member).
Re: Northern Ireland Socialist Party
By: Aonrud | 12th June 2015, 6:07pm
Thanks Jim. I had understood that they were formed as a break-away from the ILP when the ILP wanted to disaffiliate from Labour. They would have been affiliated with the NILP then. I'm not sure what, if any, international affiliation they would have had?
I have them in the timeline (here: http://www.clririshleftarchive.org/page/timeline-of-the-irish-left/#find-SPNI ), but they've no page in the archive yet.
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