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By Danny Morrison
In February 1974, in a Westminster general election, 11 out of
the North's then 12 constituencies returned anti-Agreement
unionists. They were opposed to the Sunningdale Agreement,
which had been negotiated a few months earlier between the
Ulster Unionist party, under Brian Faulkner, and the SDLP,
under Gerry Fitt.
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