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What a knees-up in Kate's own village: The nation parties (except for Liverpool where the big screen blacked out)

10 Downing Street cat Could run the country better ? Vote Cat for Prime Minister


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

We were thrilled to welcome Home Secretary Theresa May to Mash Direct along with Mike Nesbitt Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party and Philip Smith Ulster Unionist MLA for Strangford. This gave us the opportunity to show the Home Secretary around our farm and demonstrate how we produce and market our wide range of gluten free products.


Anthony Grant celebrity portraits: an exhibition at the National Theatre in London

John Enoch Powell - MBE was a British politician, classical scholar, poet, writer, linguist and soldier. He served as a Conservative Party Member of Parliament, Ulster Unionist Party MP, and Minister of Health. Whether you liked what he said or not he has yet to be proved wrong.


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.

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Flying the flag: Linzi Stoppard poses in showstopping Union Jack gown to launch fashion fundraiser in aid of military charities

Military chic: Violinist Linzi Stoppard poses in a Jasper Conran Union Jack gown on a horse at the Household Cavalry in Hyde Park for the launch of Fashion for the Brave yesterday


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.