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DUP

On drawings, abbr. for “duplicate.”
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At the time of the June 2010 follow-up, 11 of the 22 patients in the short DUP group had relapsed once and none had relapsed twice while 8 of the 21 patients in the long DUP group had relapsed once and 3 had relapsed twice.
Mr Hunter, who has family connections in Co Londonderry, said: ``This announcement shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone as I have been a member of the DUP for some time and even ran for the party at the last Northern Ireland Assembly election.
Under the DUP's plan, Mr Peter Robinson and Mr Nigel Dodds will remain as ministers for regional development and social development until a vote is held on June 19 in the Stormont Assembly to expel Sinn Fein from office.
"If the DUP agree, I'm prepared to clear my schedule and to take part in such a debate anywhere across the North and at any time during the course of the next 10 days.
Senior DUP sources demanded "greater focus" from the PM and said talks had "not proceeded as expected" so far.
"We want to send a powerful message to Westminster that the DUP - a homophobic, climate-change denying, anti-choice party - has no place in our modern and open democracy here in the UK.
"This is totally going to destabilise that, they will be taking sides with the DUP."
That will not happen and it is not acceptable for that to happen." Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson, who is engaged to marry her girlfriend, demanded and was given assurances by May on Friday that she would not barter away gay rights in return for DUP leader Arlene Foster's support.
In fact, the DUP looks after the union of Northern Ireland with Great Britain very much like their old men look after those good suits.
A link-up with the DUP - traditionally seen as a hardline unionist party - would be highly controversial.
LIKE Sinn Fein, the DUP is controversial due to its historical links with paramilitarism.