Reform Movement

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The Reform Movement (not to be confused with the UK Tory group Reform) is an Irish group which lobbies for a closer relationship with the UK. It supports re-entry to the Commonwealth and the right to a British passport for people from southern Ireland, but denies claims that it is a unionist organisation or supports re-entry into the UK.[1]

At its launch in 1998, the group was described by the Irish Times as a 'new unionist lobby group.'[2]






Conference co-ordinator


  1. The Reform Movement - Reform FAQs, accessed 24 March 2008.
  2. New unionist lobby group set up in Republic, Irish Times, 26 May 1998.
  3. Reform Movement Newsletter Spring-Summer 2004, accessed 24 March 2008