Robert John White
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This article is about the Ulster Unionist Party politician. For the Ulster Democratic Party politician, see John White (loyalist).
In 1996 he was elected to the Northern Ireland Forum for East Londonderry. He supported the Belfast Agreement in 1998. In 2006 he succeeded Lord Rogan as UUP President unopposed at the Party AGM.
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|Northern Ireland Forum|
|Member for East Londonderry
1996 - 1998
|Party political offices|
|President of the Ulster Unionist Party
Office merged with Chairman David Campbell
A N Clarke
|Mayor of Coleraine
1977 - 1980
G A McIlrath
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