Labour Party Irish Society

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Labour Party Irish Society
HeadquartersLondon, United Kingdom
  • One Brewer's Green, London SW1H 0RH
Official language
Matthew Doyle
AffiliationsLabour Party

The Labour Party Irish Society is a socialist society affiliated to the British Labour Party. It is a collective body of Labour Party members of Irish birth or descent, and those interested in Ireland and Irish affairs. It promotes the interests of the Irish in Britain as a whole, and encourages Irish people to become involved in the Labour Party and politics generally.[1]


The current officers of the LPIS as elected in June 2017 [2] are:

  • Chair: Rita Conneely
  • Deputy Chair: Deirdre Costigan
  • Deputy Chair: Tom McGarry
  • Secretary: Chris Fegan
  • Treasurer: Liz McShane
  • Trade Union Liaison: Gerard McGrath
  • Membership Secretary: Daniel O'Loughlin
  • Youth & Student Officer: Patrick Moule
  • LGBT Officer: Richard Angell
  • Community Liaison: Muhammad al Hassani
  • Women's Officer: Paula Kelly
  • Honorary Presidents:
  • Committee Members:
  • Roisin Bennett
  • Matthew Doyle
  • Allison Roche
  • Martin Whelton


  1. ^ "About". Labour Party Irish Society. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  2. ^ "The Committee". Labour Party Irish Society. Retrieved 27 October 2017.

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