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When Ramsay was Prime Minister in 1924, George Buchanan, the Independent Labour Party MP for the Gorbals, tabled a Scottish Home Rule Bill.
Mr Smillie, who lives at Higher Kinnerton in Flintshire, is a great grandson of Robert Smillie, one of the founders in 1893 of the Independent Labour Party, the forerunner of today's Labour Party.
The fracturing of the left along ethnic lines often resulted in electoral defeat for socialist and Independent Labour Party candidates at the hands of the traditional parties.
Cycling also had links with socialism - my grandparents were keen cyclists in Edwardian times, going on outings organised by the Independent Labour Party.
THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY All new political parties dream of having the impact that the party of Merthyr MP Keir Hardie and Ramsay MacDonald had after it was founded in 1893.
186) The remainder of Bullock's book covers the Independent Labour Party and the Third International, the Communist Party (in Britain), the Socialist Labour Party and its sectarianism, Pankhurst and her version of "Left Communism," and the Kronstadt rebellion and the "collapse" of communism.
There was a widespread fear that any connection with the politics of sexual liberation could threaten the development of the new Independent Labour Party, and that fear persisted throughout the entirety of the following century.
It originates from the collection of former Independent Labour Party politician and good friend of Maley, James Carmichael.