Paul Frew

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Paul Frew
MLA
Paul Frew.jpg
Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
for North Antrim
Incumbent
Assumed office
21 June 2010
Preceded by Ian Paisley, Jr
Personal details
Born (1974-09-20) 20 September 1974 (age 40)
Political party DUP
Religion Protestant

Paul Frew (born 20 September 1974) is a Unionist (DUP) politician in Northern Ireland. He was elected at the Northern Ireland local elections, 2005 for the Democratic Unionist Party to Ballymena Borough Council.

In 2010, he replaced Ian Paisley, Jr as a Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for North Antrim.[1]

A native of Broughshane, he is an electrician by trade and served in the Royal Irish Regiment.[2]

Robert Frew, his father was exposed in 2013 in a Sunday Life article for selling fake cigarettes from his convenience store in Ballymena.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paul Frew selected as new MLA for North Antrim", Democratic Unionist Party
  2. ^ "Paul Frew" Stratagem-NI.com
  3. ^ [1] "Sunday Life exposes MLA's dad as fake cigarettes dealer" The Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland Assembly
Preceded by
Ian Paisley, Jr
MLA for North Antrim
2010–present
Incumbent