Ulster Unionist Party, Political Pary, UK, Logo, British Unionism, Conservatism, Euroscepticism, Centre-right

Ulster Unionist Party, Political Pary, UK, Logo, British Unionism, Conservatism, Euroscepticism, Centre-right

History Of The Ulster Unionist Party: Protest, Pragmatism And Pessimism

History Of The Ulster Unionist Party: Protest, Pragmatism And Pessimism (Paperback)

History Of The Ulster Unionist Party: Protest, Pragmatism And Pessimism

The Ulster Unionist Party has distanced itself from comments made by Lord Maginnis this morning that marriage for gay couples was something ‘unnatural’ that would be ‘imposed’ on society, calling it a ‘rung on the ladder’ to bestiality.

The Ulster Unionist Party has distanced itself from comments made by Lord Maginnis this morning that marriage for gay couples was something ‘unnatural’ that would be ‘imposed’ on society, calling it a ‘rung on the ladder’ to bestiality.

Fire-ravaged Belfast N Ireland HQ of Ulster Unionist Party following Provisional IRA bomb which caused a fire September 1976 | Victor Patterson

Fire-ravaged Belfast N Ireland HQ of Ulster Unionist Party following Provisional IRA bomb which caused a fire September 1976 | Victor Patterson

Edward Henry Carson Baron Carson 1854 - 1935 Aka Sir Edward Carson Or Lord Carson Irish Barrister Judge And Politician Leader Of The Irish Unionist Alliance And Ulster Unionist Party Between 1910 And

Edward Henry Carson Baron Carson 1854 - 1935 Aka Sir Edward Carson Or Lord Carson Irish Barrister Judge And Politician Leader Of The Irish Unionist Alliance And Ulster Unionist Party Between 1910 And

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Lord Brookeborought, 1st Viscount, previously known as Sir Basil Brooke, former Prime MInister of N Ireland, arriving at the Ulster Unionist Party's headquarters in Glengall Street, Belfast, N Ireland, shakes hands with a placard-carrying supporter of the Rev Ian Paisley. The legend on the placard was Civil Rights for Protestants. The purpose of the Unionist Party meeting was to give members the opportunity to support a vote of confidence in Prime Minister, Captain Terence O'Neill. ...

Lord Brookeborought, 1st Viscount, previously known as Sir Basil Brooke, former Prime MInister of N Ireland, arriving at the Ulster Unionist Party's headquarters in Glengall Street, Belfast, N Ireland, shakes hands with a placard-carrying supporter of the Rev Ian Paisley. The legend on the placard was Civil Rights for Protestants. The purpose of the Unionist Party meeting was to give members the opportunity to support a vote of confidence in Prime Minister, Captain Terence O'Neill. ...

A short guide to the current political crisis following DUP leader Peter Robinson's decision to step down.

A short guide to the current political crisis following DUP leader Peter Robinson's decision to step down.

1924 ♦ May 26 - James Craig, 1st Viscount Craigavon, prominent Irish unionist politician, leader of the Ulster Unionist Party and the first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland.

1924 ♦ May 26 - James Craig, 1st Viscount Craigavon, prominent Irish unionist politician, leader of the Ulster Unionist Party and the first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland.

William David Trimble, Baron Trimble, PC is a politician from Northern Ireland. He served as Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, was the first First Minister of Northern Ireland, and was a Member of the British Parliament.He was given the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize

William David Trimble, Baron Trimble, PC is a politician from Northern Ireland. He served as Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, was the first First Minister of Northern Ireland, and was a Member of the British Parliament.He was given the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize

1998 David Trimble: 1944-: UK. Only a few weeks after taking over as party leader of Northern Ireland's Protestant party, the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), he launched discussions with his political opponents in search of compromise. Trimble sat down at the negotiating table with the Prime Minister of Ireland, the old arch-enemy Sinn Fein, and the British. In April 1998 he was one of the signatories to a peace agreement which he persuaded a UUP majority to support. the Good Friday agreement

1998 David Trimble: 1944-: UK. Only a few weeks after taking over as party leader of Northern Ireland's Protestant party, the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), he launched discussions with his political opponents in search of compromise. Trimble sat down at the negotiating table with the Prime Minister of Ireland, the old arch-enemy Sinn Fein, and the British. In April 1998 he was one of the signatories to a peace agreement which he persuaded a UUP majority to support. the Good Friday agreement

Ulster Unionist Party councillor Jeff Dudgeon

Ulster Unionist Party councillor Jeff Dudgeon

The Road To War Q81759 - Ulster Unionist Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia-1914

The Road To War Q81759 - Ulster Unionist Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia-1914

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Desmond Boal served as Ulster Unionist MP for Shankill in the Stormont parliament. He went on to found the Democratic Unionist party with the Rev Ian Paisley. Photograph: Victor Patterson

Desmond Boal served as Ulster Unionist MP for Shankill in the Stormont parliament. He went on to found the Democratic Unionist party with the Rev Ian Paisley. Photograph: Victor Patterson

The Democratic Unionist Party says it has had "positive talks" over a "confidence and supply" deal to support a Conservative government.  Theresa May was left eight seats short of an overall majority in the general election while the DUP won 10 seats.  Tory chief whip Gavin Williamson went to Belfast on Saturday for talks with the Northern Irish party.  The DUP said talks would continue next week to "work on the details" and "reach agreement".  A "confidence and supply" deal is not a full…

The Democratic Unionist Party says it has had "positive talks" over a "confidence and supply" deal to support a Conservative government. Theresa May was left eight seats short of an overall majority in the general election while the DUP won 10 seats. Tory chief whip Gavin Williamson went to Belfast on Saturday for talks with the Northern Irish party. The DUP said talks would continue next week to "work on the details" and "reach agreement". A "confidence and supply" deal is not a full…

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