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ENG: Ian Richard Kyle Paisley, Baron Bannside, PC (born 6 April 1926) is a British politician and former church minister from Northern Ireland. As the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), he and Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness were elected First Minister and deputy First Minister respectively on 8 May 2007. In addition to co-founding the DUP and leading it from 1971 to 2008, he is a founding member and was Moderator for 57 years of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster. In 2005, Paisley's political party became the largest unionist party in Northern Ireland, displacing his long-term rivals, the Ulster Unionists (UUP), who had dominated unionist politics in Northern Ireland since before the partition of Ireland. On 4 March 2008 Paisley announced that he would step ...
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Ian Paisley health scare has pacemaker fitted

Former First Minister Ian Paisley has been fitted with a pacemaker after taking ill while working in the House of Lords. The health scare for the ex-DUP leader and his family happened last week, and Lord Bannside was yesterday already back at work. Lord Bannside was taken to St Thomas’ Hospital, which sits directly opposite the Houses of Parliament across the River Thames, after feeling unwell on Wednesday afternoon. Doctors carried out a series of tests before diagnosing a heart condition and he was taken into theatre for an operation to fit a pacemaker, which will ...

Did this picture really end Ian Paisley’s reign?

The Belfast Telegraph’s David Gordon on the tumultuous events that saw Ian Paisley lose the leadership of the DUP and, overleaf, an exclusive extract from his new bookA central theme of The Fall of the House of Paisley can be summed up in the phrase “devolution disappointment”. The heady official optimism that followed the 2007 power sharing deal between the DUP and Sinn Fein seems a distant memory today.Life under devolution must have proved a bit of a let-down for the Paisleys too, given their swift tumble from power.Paisley Senior had repeatedly declared that he would ...

Paisley is still the boss, says Robinson

Wednesday, 31 December 2008 Six months after he succeeded Ian Paisley at the helm of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Peter Robinson today said he still sees his old boss as his leader. Mr Robinson said he was honoured to succeed Mr Paisley, but said that taking over as leader of the party was a major responsibility. He said he had worked at his former leader's side since the 1960s and was now looking forward to taking the DUP into the future. "I still find it very difficult when I see Ian to think about him in any other terms other than as my leader," said Mr Robinson. "He has been ...

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