John Dunlop (Northern Ireland politician)

John Dunlop (Northern Ireland politician)

John Dunlop (20 May 1910 – 10 March 1996) was a Northern Irish Unionist politician.

He was Member of Parliament for Mid Ulster from 1974 to 1983. Initially elected as a member of the Vanguard Progressive Unionist Party, from 1976 he represented the short-lived breakaway United Ulster Unionist Party.

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