Boyd Douglas

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Albert Boyd Douglas, known as Boyd Douglas (born 13 July 1950) is a politician in Northern Ireland.

Douglas attended Strabane Agriculture College before working as a farmer. He was elected as a Ulster Unionist Party representative on Limavady Borough Council in 1997, but soon resigned in opposition to the Good Friday Agreement.

Douglas was elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly in 1998 as an independent Unionist representing East Londonderry. With two other anti-agreement Unionist, he formed the United Unionist Coalition. He retained his seat on the council in 2001, but lost his Assembly seat, along with all the other Coalition MLAs, in 2003. In 2005, he was able to top the poll in his seat in Limavady.

Douglas subsequently joined Traditional Unionist Voice, and will contest the East Londonderry seat for the party at the Northern Ireland Assembly election, 2011.


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