Independent Labour

Some articles on independent labour, labour, independent:

Independent Labour Group
... The Independent Labour Group was a nationalist political party in Northern Ireland from the late 1950s to the mid-1960s ... Sometimes known as the Independent Labour Party, it was formed in 1958 in Belfast by independent Labour MP Frank Hanna, with the support of various local Roman Catholic clerics ... That year, the party wiped out the Irish Labour Party on Belfast City Council ...
Edmonton Municipal Election, 1934 - Results - Aldermen
... Association John McCreath 11,990 Civic Government Association Athelstan Bissett 11,576 Labour James East 10,654 Civic Government Association James ... Hyde 9,127 Labour Sidney Parsons 8,102 Labour L ... Price 6,991 Labour W ...
Mid Lanarkshire By-election, 1888 - Candidates
... Representing the Labour interest, as an Independent Labour candidate, was the Lanarkshire born (James) Keir Hardie (15 August 1856 – 26 September 1915) ... some working men, with a trade union background, had been elected to Parliament as Liberal-Labour candidates but none without Liberal support ... Hardie subsequently was a leading figure in the development of the Labour Party ...
Canadian Federal Election, 1900 - National Results
16.9% 410,953 43.22% -1.18pp Liberal-Conservative 10 ... -33.3% 27,377 2.88% -0.89pp Independent 3 ... +200% 13,307 1.40% -0.03pp Independent. 2 Arthur Puttee of Winnipeg was elected as a Labour candidate in a 1900 by-election, and was re-elected as an Independent Labour MP in the subsequent ...
Labour Leader
... The Labour Leader was a British socialist newspaper published for almost one hundred years ... Leader, before finally taking the name Labour Leader again ... issue contained an influential programme for labour, co-authored by Hardie and Chisholm Robertson, marking Hardie's switch from support for the Liberal Party to ...

Famous quotes containing the words labour and/or independent:

    They shift coffee-houses and chocolate-houses from hour to hour, to get over the insupportable labour of doing nothing.
    Richard Steele (1672–1729)

    All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous Judiciary.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)