Leader of the Senate of Northern Ireland
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The Leader of the Senate of Northern Ireland was the Leader of the House in the Senate of Northern Ireland. The post was a cabinet position that was nevertheless politically unimportant. In his memoirs, Brian Faulkner expresses surprise that Jack Andrews accepted the position, as he saw it as a demotion.
The Deputy Leader of the Senate of Northern Ireland was the third-ranking position in the Senate, after the Leader and the Speaker. The position of Deputy Leader was established, along with the Senate itself, in 1921, and the position was abolished in 1961.
List of Leaders
- 1921–1926: Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry
- 1926–1937: James Edward Caulfeild, 8th Viscount Charlemont
- 1937–1943: John Hanna Robb
- 1943–1944: Robert Corkey
- 1944–1950: Sir Roland Thomas Nugent, Bt.
- 1951–1961: Alexander Robert Gisborne Gordon
- 1961–1964: Daniel Dixon, 2nd Baron Glentoran
- 1964–1972: Jack Andrews
List of Deputy Leaders
- 1921–1929: Algernon Skeffington, 12th Viscount Massereene and 5th Viscount Ferrard
- 1929–1930: Maxwell Ward, 6th Viscount Bangor
- 1930–1941: John Andrew Long
- 1941–1948: Sir Joseph Davison
- 1948–1960: William Moore Wallis Clark
- 1960–1961: Daniel McGladdery