Category Archives: Irwin Armstrong

Conservativism in Northern Ireland

Irwin Armstrong, Chairman of the Northern Ireland Region of the Conservative Party, has made a comment contribution to ‘About Northern Ireland Centre-Right (a static page on this blog).  I have republished his comment below with my reply. By Irwin Armstong … Continue reading

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There will be no new pact between the Conservatives and the UUP

Yesterday I attended the AGM of the Northern Ireland Conservative Party.  Firstly, I express my wishes for the best that can be achieved to Irwin Armstrong, the newly elected Chairman and the other newly elected members of the Committee. When … Continue reading

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