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DUP

On drawings, abbr. for “duplicate.”
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The Prime Minister has agreed PS1bn in additional funding for Northern Ireland as part of an agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party to prop up her minority Government.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Mohammed Osman al-Mirghani (R) and Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir (L) meeting in Khartoum on 15 December 2013 (SUNA)
And he told the Democratic Unionist Party - their power-sharing partners in the Stormont Assembly who campaigned for a Leave - that they must respect the Remain vote.
The breakthrough came after 27 hours of talks between Irish nationalists led by Sinn Fein, the Democratic Unionist Party and representatives of the governments of Britain and Ireland.
DAMASCUS, (SANA)- The Arabic Democratic Unionist Party described the political program set by President Bashar al-Assad to solve the crisis in Syria as "a new and renewable national salvation window" as it includes the potentials for a peaceful solution and meets the aspirations of all the political and cultural spectrums of the Syrian people.
The vote underpins the Hillsborough Agreement brokered between the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and Sinn Fein to stabilise the region's power-sharing government.
But while his Democratic Unionist Party surprised politicians with the shock decision to install Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster in the top job, the move does not defuse the continuing stand-off with Sinn Fein.
She spoke about the former Democratic Unionist Party leader and First Minister at Cheltenham Literature Festival.
The Democratic Unionist Party, on the other hand, is opposed to a united Ireland.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Rev Ian Paisley leaves Stormont after his meeting with Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams was called off
If there was a highlight for me, it was the scrutiny of the National Islamic Front (NIF) and its interpenetrating relationship with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) that was very sophisticated and informed, especially on the less well known inner workings of both.
With all-party talks planned for tomorrow, Mr Adams said the Democratic Unionist Party had to be given the chance to voice their ideas and concerns and that republicans must listen.

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