Monthly Archives: July 2020

History of the Irish in Britain Representation Group by Patrick Reynolds.Part six; 1986

    Patrick Reynolds was one of the founders of IBRG and played a key role in its history. He is now writing up that history and putting it into the context of radical history in Britain and Ireland in … Continue reading

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My review of “Breaking Ground: the story of the London Irish Women’s Centre” ( Michelle Deignan 2013)

    On 26 November 1989, as the first woman chair of national Irish  organisation, IBRG, I spoke at the 5th London Irish Women’s Conference. Other speakers represented organisations as diverse as pensioners, adult education, Troops Out Movement, Open Line … Continue reading

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History of the Irish in Britain Representation Group by Patrick Reynolds.Part 5; 1985

Patrick Reynolds was one of the founders of IBRG and played a key role in its history. He is now writing up that history and putting it into the context of radical history in Britain and Ireland in the C20th. … Continue reading

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