‘What Really Matters’? – eve of poll video

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What Really Matters?

This Election has been dominated by talk of sectarian pacts, inter-party deals and paper candidates.

The major parties have sought to turn the campaign into yet another sectarian headcount – this time based on Brexit and the Border: the reality is that it is about neither.

In its eve of poll video the Party summarises its recent election manifesto and sets out What Really Matters for working class people – employed, unemployed, young people or pensioners.

This Thursday June  8th make your vote a class act –  vote Conor Campbell in West Belfast and  Gemma Weir in North Belfast

What Really Matters? – https://vimeo.com//220554121









Bring Down The Walls

The writing's on the wall

The writing’s on the wall

There are more ‘peace walls’ in Northern Ireland now than there were when the Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998.

The Workers Party has always been a strong opponent of sectarianism and division. The Party also believes that the walls and barriers which divide people in towns and cities across Northern Ireland should come down.

On the 15th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement the BBC’s Chris Buckler looks at ‘peace walls’ and some of the issues around them. His report also features footage of the Party’s ‘Bring Down the Walls’ mural in Northumberland Street in Belfast.


‘Slugger O’Toole’ interviews the Workers Party


The ‘Slugger O’Toole’ blog site features the Workers Party in the latest of its pre-election interviews.

 “The Workers Party have a long tradition of involvement in political life in Northern Ireland. At all times we have sought to cross the sectarian divide, to particularly reach out to working class people, and to put on the political agenda a social and economic agenda because for long many a year social and economic issues were relegated to the bottom of political debate”. John Lowry

Read the full interview and see the video on:


May Day Greetings!

Workers Party at the May Day march: socialist, secular, anti-sectarian

NEW: May Day Parade video – www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgbhHxmd9cU

Click the link to see a selection of :  Workers Party May Day Photographs

May Day marks the international celebration of the social, economic and political  achievements of working peoplethroughout the world.

The Belfast May Day march and celebration left Writers Square at 12.30 proceeding along Royal Avenue, around the City Hall and back to Donegall Street via High Street.

The Workers Party participatied as usual and this year the Party contingent featured the drums of the ‘Beyond Skin’ anti-sectarian and anti racist project.


Party Election Broadcast

Party Election Broadcast

An election broadcast on behalf of the Workers Party was broadcast on Wednesday 20th April on BBC television and radio.

The broadcast times are listed below:

BBC One Northern Ireland: 10.30pm
BBC Two Northern Ireland: 11.20pm

BBC Radio Ulster: 17.55pm
BBC Radio Foyle: 17.55pm

UTV aired the broadcast at 10.55pm