10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNITED KINGDOM UNIONISTS»
Discover the use of United Kingdom Unionists
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to United Kingdom Unionists
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Long War: The IRA and Sinn Féin, 1985 to Today
... Unionists would no longer feel so British. While the "fear" or "distrust" attitude
may exist, it does not dominate the positive nature of our aspiration to retain our
unity with the rest of the United Kingdom. Unionists have their identity too,' (UUP,
Northern Ireland Politics
To live in Northern Ireland, ier words, ought to mean that one is accorded equality
of citizenship with me else who lives in the United Kingdom. Unionists have been
insistent that :presents the minimum acknowledgement of their 'Britishness'.
Arthur Aughey, Duncan Morrow, 2014
Introduction to Political Psychology
Together, they make up a pannation- alist front, whose intent is to break apart the
United Kingdom. Unionists and Loyalists both proclaim their “Britishness,” but
they are not a united front, because they are divided over the ac- ceptable use of
Northern Ireland: Conflict and Change
Unionists view Northern Ireland as a legitimate entity, historically, culturally and
politically part of the United Kingdom. Unionists see themselves historically,
politically and culturally as British. They, therefore, support continued union with
Beyond Settlement: Making Peace Last After Civil Conflict
In the anti-agreement camp, the DUP secured twenty, the United Kingdom
Unionists five, and independent unionists three. Unionism was split down the
middle.23 The progress of devolution was slow. In November 1998, the Northern
Vanessa E. Shields, Nicholas Baldwin, 2008
Unionist Politics and the Politics of Unionism Since the ...
As a minority faction within the United Kingdom, unionists often find themselves
reacting to policies and ideas emanating from the British government rather than
charting their own independent course. It is clear that unionists do not all agree ...
Europe and Ethnicity: The First World War and Contemporary ...
Ulster Unionists were granted their own devolved Parliament made up of the six
counties of what constituted Northern Ireland, but within the United Kingdom.
Unionists believed that the leaders of Saorstát Eireann were avowed
Seamus Dunn, T.G. Fraser, 2005
Ireland in Conflict 1922-1998
Sinn Féin, the PUP, the UDP and theWomen«s Coalition took part,asdid the UUP
, the SDLP and Alliance, while the DUPandthe United Kingdom Unionists did not.
Since between them the DUP and United Kingdom Unionists represented 40 ...
British Government Policy in Northern Ireland, 1969-2000
122 below).10 In gaining the support of all the major Northern Ireland parties
except the DUP and United Kingdom Unionists (UKU), and the support of the two
governments and the USA, the Good Friday Agreement was potentially the best ...
PATHWAYS FROM ETHNIC CONFLICT: Institutional Redesign in ...
With another state in the archipelago, British sovereignty became much more
important than before, and its importance was more deeply felt in Northern
Ireland, where it was challenged, than elsewhere in the United Kingdom.