Register Of All-Party Parliamentary Groups [as at 27 January 2021] Ireland and the Irish in Britain

Title

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ireland and the Irish in Britain

Purpose

To promote good relations between Ireland and the UK, foster understanding of issues affecting the British-Irish relationship; celebrate links between both countries and their people; and represent and raise issues affecting the Irish community in Britain.

Category

Country Group

 

Officers

Role

Name

Party

Chair & Registered Contact

Conor McGinn

Labour

Vice Chair

Mark Logan

Conservative

Vice Chair

Martin Docherty-Hughes

Scottish National Party

Vice Chair

Karin Smyth

Labour

Vice Chair

Baroness Doocey

Liberal Democrat

Honorary Secretary

Lord Dubs

Labour

Honorary Secretary

Sir Peter Bottomley

Conservative

Officer

Mike Kane

Labour

Officer

Jack Dromey

Labour

Officer

Carol Monaghan

Scottish National Party

Officer

Pat McFadden

Labour

Officer

Lord Empey

Ulster Unionist Party

Officer

Lord Brennan

Non-affiliated

Officer

Baroness Healy of Primrose Hill

Labour

Officer

Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi

Labour

Officer

Stephen Doughty

Labour (Co-op)

Officer

Catherine West

Labour

Officer

Jon Cruddas

Labour

Officer

Huw Merriman

Conservative

Officer

Lord Murphy of Torfaen

Labour

Officer

Stephen Farry

Alliance

Officer

Simon Hoare

Conservative

Officer

Angus Brendan MacNeil

Scottish National Party

Officer

Baroness Harris of Richmond

Liberal Democrat

Officer

Baroness Northover

Liberal Democrat

Officer

Lord Davies of Stamford

Labour

Officer

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara

Labour

Officer

Lord Hendy

Labour

Officer

Dave Doogan

Scottish National Party

Officer

Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick

Non-affiliated

Officer

Claire Hanna

Social Democratic & Labour Party

Officer

Lord Kennedy of Southwark

Labour

Officer

Neil Coyle

Labour

 

Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Conor McGinn MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 4367.

Email: conor.mcginn.mp@parliament.uk

 

 

Annual General Meeting

Date of most recent AGM in this Parliament

04/02/2020

Did the group publish an income and expenditure statement relating to the AGM above?

No

Reporting year

04 Feb to 03 Feb

Next reporting deadline

04/06/2021

 

Registrable benefits received by the group

None