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Unionist politics, the Belfast shipyards and the labour movement in the inter-war period
Thesis (D. Phil.) - Council for National Academic Awards, 1987.
|Statement||by Christopher Norton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||314|
ISBN This book is one of a series of Critical Labour Movement Studies, of which ten have already been published. Although there is a nod in the direction of mainland Europe with a book on Swedish social democracy and a look at the politics of German miners, the series otherwise deals exclusively with aspects of British Labour politics. That same week, dockers went on strike against the use of non-union labour at the Belfast Steamship Company. When the workers attempted to .
Unionist politics, the Belfast shipyards and the Labour Movement in the inter-war period / to a reinterpretation of the relationship between the Peronist government and the labour movement. This meant that in in predominantly Catholic Derry, where the total nationalist vote and the unionist vote 9,, the local council comprised 12 unionist .
Book on the life and legacy of former trade unionist launched in Belfast Patricia O'Callaghan with her father Eugene's book 'Busmen in the Firing Line', which was launched in Belfast last night. The labour movement did not disown Larkin; it sought to retire to the safe ground of conventional Independent Labour Party politics, but lost all its seats. When in William Walker defended the ‘municipal socialism’ of Belfast he was lauding a corporation devoid of labour representatives. Labour divisions and Unionist intrigue.
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Everyday low Author: Christopher Norton. This book provides the first history from below of the inter-war Belfast labour movement, applying interdisciplinary methodology Labour and the Politics of Disloyalty in Belfast, - The Moral Economy of Loyalty | Christopher J.
Loughlin | Palgrave Macmillan. This book provides the first ‘history from below’ of the inter-war Belfast labour movement. It is a social history of the politics of Belfast labour and applies methodology from history, sociology and political science. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Belfast Labour Party was a political party in Belfast, Ireland from until The first socialist party in Ireland, it was founded in by a conference of Belfast Independent Labour activists and trade gy: Socialism, Social democracy, Trade unionism.
Belfast Shipyard, A great and exceptional effort was made a few years before that time. When the Presbyterians were persecuted and ordered to leave the country in the yeara ship was built for them of tons.
Labour politics died in Belfast during the Third HR crisis, but was re-born inthanks to the impact of the world war. That period from the summer of to the summer of were Belfast’s two red years, marked by the massive engineering strike of January and February and the election of 13 Labour councillors to the Corporation.
from ‘sectarian politics’, towards a new secular form of unionism (see Progressive Unionist Party a, b, c, ). Certainly the PUP, at least in the early stages of the peace process, was able to yoke a growing engagement with politics from the Protestant working class.
This marked the. Belfast had no recent history of a militant shop stewards’ movement as in Glasgow, rather the strike here was led by local trade union officials and officers. They were no revolutionary vanguard. Some certainly had Independent Labour Party backgrounds but others were members of the Ulster Unionist Labour Association.
The tribalism that defines Northern Irish politics may be crumbling, as voters identify less and less with either side, says the journalist Ben Lowry. Byunemployment was nearing 10 percent, and the moderate Northern Ireland Labour Party was making inroads among Protestant workers who traditionally backed the Unionist.
This book provides the first ‘history from below’ of the inter-war Belfast labour movement. It is a social history of the politics of Belfast labour and applies methodology from history, sociology and political.
The Belfast Dock strike or Belfast lockout took place in Belfast, Ireland from 26 April to 28 August The strike was called by Liverpool-born trade union leader James Larkin who had successfully organised the dock workers to join the National Union of Dock Labourers.
The dockers, both Protestant and Catholic, had gone on strike after their demand for union recognition was refused. They were soon joined by carters, shipyard workers. How did the growth of trade unionism affect industrial relations within specific industries.
I have selected as my basic case study the workers employed in the Belfast shipyards. This group were certainly highly unionised, containing a high proportion of skilled workers, and are often presented as an ‘aristocracy of labour’.
Unionist politics, The Belfast Shipyards and the Labour Movement in the inter-war period ; Phd thesis, The University of Ulster,(Study). 7 Patterson Henry. The outbreak of the first world war in generated a marked increase in production in the shipyards.
However, the ensuing economic slump saw shipyard employment figures fall from a pre-war high of 25, to just in Workman and Clark were bought over by the Tyneside company Northumberland Shipping, but declared bankruptcy in Walker demonstrates the role played by the sectarianism controversy in Labour’s loss of political control and its eclipse by the Scottish National Party (SNP).
This book is also the first to assess the significance of the Irish dimension in Scotland’s political development, in particular the impact of the conflict in nearby Northern Ireland.
Unionism in Ireland is a political tradition on the island that professes loyalty to the Crown and Constitution of the United overwhelming sentiment of a once ascendant minority Protestant population, in the decades following Catholic Emancipation () it mobilised to oppose the restoration of an Irish "Ulster unionism," in the century since Partition (), its.
The second section considers the politics of the inter-war Ulster Unionist Party, with an emphasis on its programme to create and maintain unionist unity. Electoral Politics in the Inter-war Period. The Protestant Working Class and the Belfast Labour Movement – (Belfast, ), 38 Northern Whig, 2 Feb It assesses the inter-war Belfast labour movement and the politics of nationality.
The second section examines the relationship between the Belfast labour movement and sectarianism. It examines how national, political and sectarian violence and conflict affected local labour. In book: The British Labour Party and Ireland, Edition: 1, Publisher: Manchester UP, Editors: Laurence Marley the Belfast labour movement, – (Belfast, Blackstaff Press, ), pp.
Local workforce representatives accompany Labour party leader around iconic Harland & Wolff shipyard Labour party backs one billion naval procurement budget going to UK shipyards including Belfast to sustain shipbuilding industry May 25th: Senior regional Unite officials, Jackie Pollock Regional Secretary and Susan Fitzgerald Regional Coordinating Officer, as well as local shop.
The following year, 13 Labour candidates were elected in Belfast, 5 of them strike leaders. The tragedy of that period was that a mass socialist force wasn’t built and sectarianism later reasserted itself, particularly with the pogroms in the workplaces and then partition.