United Left (Ireland)

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United Left
Founded 25 April 2013 (2013-04-25)
Dissolved December 2015
Political position Left-wing
Not to be confused with United Left Alliance.

United Left was a left-wing political party in Ireland founded in 2013.[1] The founders were TDs Clare Daly and Joan Collins, who had been elected at the 2011 election as members of the Socialist Party and People Before Profit Alliance respectively. United Left was added to the official register of political parties in May 2013.[2][3] Its registered officers were Daly, Collins, Declan Bree of Sligo County Council and Pat Dunne of Dublin City Council, all formerly of the United Left Alliance.[3][4] As of December 2015, it is no longer a registered political party.

Election results[edit]

Local government elections[edit]

Election First Preference Vote Vote % Seats
2014 2,879 0.2%
1 / 949


  1. ^ O'Connell, Hugh (25 April 2013). "Two TDs setting up new United Left political party". TheJournal.ie. Distilled Media. Retrieved 25 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Registration of Political Parties" (PDF). Iris Oifigiúil. 19 April 2013. p. 511, no. 20. 
  3. ^ a b Office of the Registrar of Political Parties (14 May 2013). "Register of Political Parties - 14 May 2013" (MS Word). Oireachtas. p. 5. Retrieved 13 June 2015.  Note: This document currently downloads immediately when you click on its above name, but its source details can be obtained at Houses of the Oireachtas's Document Download Centre here, from where it can also be downloaded indirectly.
  4. ^ "ULA Elected Reps". United Left Alliance. Retrieved 4 October 2013.