Irish Freedom Movement

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The Irish Freedom Movement was a front established by the RCP, the forerunner of the libertarian LM group. Launched in 1982 and with Fiona Fox in a leading role, it campaigned against British rule in Northern Ireland. It is now defunct.

The IFM was the successor to the Smash the Prevention of Terrorism Act Campaign a front group set up by the Revolutionary Communist Tendency the forerunner of the RCP in late 1979. The IFM came into existence following a 'labour movement conference on Ireland' organised by the SPTAC on 6 February 1982.[1]



  1. Smash the Prevention of Terrorism Act Campaign A5 leaflet: National labour movement conference: Ireland - time for British workers to act, Saturday 6 February 1982. 4 p.
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