Scottish Unionist Party
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The Scottish Unionist Party is a name used to refer to two organisations, one now subsumed into the UK Conservative Party, and the other being a recent creation in response to the Conservative Party's support of the Anglo-Irish Agreement:
- Scottish Unionist Party, known simply as the Unionist Party in Scotland itself, the dominant force in Scottish politics until the late 1950s: see Unionist Party (Scotland)
- Scottish Unionist Party (1986), a small political party in Scotland, from the mid-1980s to the present day
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