Let’s Talk Loyalism is an advocacy group which aims to articulate Loyalist perspectives and initiate positive change for the Loyalist community

Let’s Talk Loyalism aims to:


Educate, empower, and equip the next generation of Loyalists through articulating Loyalist perspectives in a rational and persuasive way.


Promote the advantages of Northern Ireland being and remaining an integral part of the United Kingdom.

Investigate Inequality

Investigate and expose issues of injustice, inequality and disadvantage impacting Unionist and Loyalist communities.

Research & Recommend Policy

Research, recommend, and lobby for policy change which positively impacts the Loyalist community and Northern Ireland.

Initiate Change

Implement valuable initiatives focused on addressing needs within the Loyalist community. This will include designing and delivering educational, social, cultural and community projects for the purpose of benefiting the Loyalist community.

Build Relationships

Build relationships and engage with communities, community groups, media, political parties and other bodies in Northern Ireland and the wider United Kingdom.

Challenge Stereotypes

Challenge outdated and inaccurate stereotypes about the Loyalist community and highlight talent, positive work, and success.

To equip and empower the Loyalist community to build a better future

What We Do

Let’s Talk

A soapbox for Loyalism consisting of a variety of contributors articulating their perspectives on current affairs.

Let’s Research

Reports, qualitative and quantitative research, letters, and statements.

Let’s Broadcast

Videos, interviews, podcasts, panel discussions and other organised events.

Let’s Initiate

Initiatives and projects which positively impact the Loyalist community.

Let’s Talk

“Armistice Day” by Quincey Dougan

Armistice Day, Remembrance Day, Poppy Day or simply the ‘11th of November’. Whatever you refer to it as, in Northern Ireland the date and the days leading up to it,…

“The Bright Side of the Road” by John Kyle

David Ervine famously said Unionists are clairvoyant and the news is always going to be bad.  And, in truth, sometimes it is.  The NI Protocol element of Brexit was not…

“Let’s Talk, Let’s Be Heard” by Brian Kerr

There is a growing perception within the Protestant Unionist Loyalist (PUL) community that their needs, views, desires, and aspirations don’t count to those with the power and control to influence…

“Unionist Pacts” by It’s Still Only Thursday

There has been much discussion recently on the subject of Unionist electoral pacts and Unionist/Loyalist unity. Whilst I am in favour of the latter, I remain undecided about the former.…
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