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Also in 1973, Broadhurst appeared on Ulster Television demanding that the New University of Ulster (now the University of Ulster at Coleraine) be closed down, a request he also made in the Assembly, to no effect. As a supporter of Brian Faulkner, he followed Faulkner into the newly formed Unionist Party of Northern Ireland in 1974 and stood for the party in South Down in the Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention election of 1975 but failed to get elected.
An Arabist, in 1952 he authored a translation of The Travels of Ibn Jubayr from Arabic.
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|Assembly Member for South Down
1973 - 1974
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