Democratic Unionist Party (Northern Ireland)

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Democratic Unionist Party is a conservative unionist political party active in Northern Ireland.

People

Northern Ireland Executive Ministers

Portfolio Name
First Minister Peter Robinson MLA
Junior Minister (First Minister Nominated) Jonathan Bell MLA
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Arlene Foster MLA
Health, Social Services & Public Safety Edwin Poots MLA
Finance and Personnel Sammy Wilson MP MLA
Social Development Nelson McCausland MLA

Party spokespersons - Westminster

Responsibility Spokesperson
Business, Innovation and Skills, Communities and Local Government, Education David Simpson MP
Cabinet Office, International Development Gregory Campbell MP MLA
Energy and Climate Change Jeffrey Donaldson MP
Health, Transport, Equality and Human Rights Jim Shannon MP
Parliamentary Group Leader, Reform and Constitutional Agenda/Issues, Foreign Affairs, Culture, Media and Sport Nigel Dodds MP
Treasury Sammy Wilson MP MLA
Shadow Leader of the House/House Issues, Justice and Home Affairs, Shadow Deputy Prime Minister William McCrea MP
Work and Pensions, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Ian Paisley Jr MP

Party spokespersons - Assembly

Responsibility Spokesperson
Party Leader Peter Robinson MLA
Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds MP MLA
Agriculture Paul Frew MLA
Children and Young People Michelle McIlveen MLA
Culture, Arts and Leisure Gregory Campbell MLA MP
Education Mervyn Storey MLA
Employment and Learning Thomas Buchanan MLA
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Peter Weir MLA
Environment Alastair Ross MLA
Health Jim Wells MLA
Justice, Press Officer Ian Paisley, Jr MP
Social Development Simon Hamilton MLA
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Contact

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


Resources

Notes

  1. DUP.org.uk.  DUP.org.uk.  Retrieved 2010-06-18.
  2. DUP.org.uk.  DUP.org.uk.  Retrieved 2010-06-18.
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