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Irish Party in United Kingdom

Irish Party History

Also known as the Irish Parliamentary Party. Set up by Charles Stewart Parnell in 1882, it was at the forefront of the Home Rule movement in Parliament until overtaken by Sinn Fein in the 1918 elections, where it lost practically all its seats.

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  • Article Name: Irish Party
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Irish Party History Also known as the Irish Parliamentary Party. Set up by Charles Stewart Parnell in 1882, it was at the [...]

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