Democratic Unionist Pairty
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|Depute Leader / Wastmeenster Leader||Nigel Dodds|
|Foondit||30 September 1971|
|Precedit bi||Protestant Unionist Pairty|
|Heidquarters||91 Dundela Avenue |
Belfast, Coonty Antrim, Northren Ireland
|Poleetical poseetion||Centre-richt to Right-wing|
|European Pairlament group||Non-Inscrits|
|Colours||Reid, White an Blue|
|Hoose o Commons|
10 / 18
|Hoose o Lairds|
3 / 780
1 / 3
28 / 90
|NI Local Cooncils|
125 / 462
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