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North Antrim Election Special. by Ulster Democratic Unionist Party.

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Published by DUP in Ballymena .
Written in English


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manifestofor Ian Paisley in Westminster election, North Antrim Constituency.

ContributionsPaisley, Ian, 1926-
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Open LibraryOL16538765M

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From until , the constituency consisted of the whole of County Antrim, excluding the parts in the Parliamentary borough constituencies of Belfast, Carrickfergus and to , the constituency was split between the divisions of East Antrim, Mid Antrim, North Antrim and South Antrim.. From until , the constituency consisted of the Administrative county of Created from: County Antrim. This constituency is the rural north-eastern corner of Northern Ireland. It takes in the Ballymoney/Ballycastle areas of Causeway Coast and Glens District Council, and the western (Ballymena) part of Mid and East Antrim District member of parliament since has been Ian Paisley jr (DUP), whose father first won the seat, defeating the UUP incumbent, in North Antrim. In the general election, the data suggests that North Antrim will be a contest between Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein. Tactical vote. Sinn Fein. Cara McShane. Sinn Fein came in second place in this seat in , and are likely to be the best-placed challenger in Declan O'Loan has been a councillor since , and is a member of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council. A former MLA for North Antrim, he lost his seat in the Northern Ireland Assembly election. During his time at Stormont, he was Chair of the Standards and Privileges Committee, and Deputy Chair of the Committee for Culture, Arts and Leisure.

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