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Editor's Insight: Shedding light on Northern Ireland's obscure Democratic Unionists

The party founded by the Reverend Ian Paisley has come a long way since it first shared power with Sinn Féin.

Thu, 15 Jun 2017

The future of the new Conservative government in Britain will depend on a small Northern Irish party that has previously attracted little attention.

Like many parties in Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party was born in sectarian strife and has a distinctive political profile because of

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