Cross-Community Labour unites socialist activists with trade unionists and community campaigners and has had a real impact in Fermanagh and Tyrone. It offers an alternative for everyone who is in favour of the unity of working people and a future based on the shared interests of the many, not the few.

In 2019 Donal O’Cofaigh was elected as a councillor for Enniskillen. Since then, he has consistently raised the issues that matter to ordinary working people, exposed the traditional parties and explained what socialist policies have to offer. He has been selected to stand at the next Assembly election by local activists in  Fermanagh and South Tyrone.

Caroline Wheeler, a lifelong campaigner for carers’ rights and the NHS, stood on cross-community labour policies in the 2019 General Election and achieved a very strong vote for a first-time candidate. She continues to organise and advocate for carers and care staff, both in the community and through her union Unite.

Donal’s victory and Caroline’s stand have persuaded many that a new type of politics is possible. Cross-Community Labour will offer an alternative in every election and works to defend the interests working people and young people between elections.

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To find out more or get involved contact Donal O’Cofaigh, tel. 07375 530941 or email donal.ocofaigh@fermanaghomagh.com