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The '''Democratic Unionist Party''' is the largest political party (in terms of its share of the popular vote) in [[Northern Ireland]], and its leader, the Reverend Dr [[Ian Paisley]], is First Minister of the devolved Northern Ireland government. The DUP is socially and economically conservative and stands for maintenance of the union between Northern Ireland and [[Great Britain]].
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The '''Democratic Unionist Party''' is the largest political party (in terms of its share of the popular vote) in [[Northern Ireland]], and its leader, the Reverend Dr [[Ian Paisley]], is First Minister of the devolved Northern Ireland government. The DUP is socially conservative and stands for maintenance of the union between Northern Ireland and [[Great Britain]].
  
 
===External links===
 
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Revision as of 15:54, 26 July 2007

The Democratic Unionist Party is the largest political party (in terms of its share of the popular vote) in Northern Ireland, and its leader, the Reverend Dr Ian Paisley, is First Minister of the devolved Northern Ireland government. The DUP is socially conservative and stands for maintenance of the union between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.

External links

http://www.dup.org.uk/