Unionist Party

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List Of Political Parties In The United Kingdom By Representation - Northern Ireland Assembly
... Party Founded First represented Last represented Dissolved Maximum representation MPs Notes Alliance Party of Northern Ireland 1998 ... Present N/A 8 (2011) John Alderdice Eileen Bell Seamus Close Judith ...
Jim Kirkpatrick
... Jim Kirkpatrick is a Unionist politician who has represented the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) three times and the Democratic Unionist Party twice ... Kirkpatrick joined the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) in 1996 and lost his council seat in 1997, having moved from Balmoral to Laganbank ... this, in December 2004 he again defected to the DUP and was returned for that party to Belfast City Council in 2005, regaining his original seat in Balmoral ...
Leslie Morrell
... Leslie Morrell (born 26 December 1931) is a former unionist politician in Northern Ireland ... Morrell was a farmer from near Coleraine, and was active in the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) ... but became Deputy-leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, under Brian Faulkner, his wife becoming Vice President of Ulster Women's Unionist Association under Lucy Faulkner ...
Minister Of Health (South Africa) - List of Health Cabinet Ministers
... Name Party Term 1 Thomas Watt South African Party 1919-1921 2 Patrick Duncan Unionist Party 1921-1924 3 Daniel Fran├žois Malan National Party 1924-1933 4 Jan Hendrik ...
Unionist Party - Worldwide
... Nation Party/Parties Canada Unionist Party (Canada) of 1917-1920 Unionest Party Denmark Union Party (Faroe Islands) Egypt National Progressive ...

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