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#Tom Elliott

# tom-elliott - Friday 9 March, 2012

Ulster Unionist leader Tom Elliott resigns amid party tensions

Elliott accused party colleagues of briefing journalists against him and said hostility to his leadership had been “relentless”.

# tom-elliott - Tuesday 7 February, 2012

The Daily Fix: Tuesday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Tuesday

In tonight’s Fix: A move towards mortgage relief; the deadliest place on Earth for girls; and should Ireland rejoin the Commonwealth?

Republic of Ireland should rejoin Commonwealth, says UUP leader Commonwealth This post contains a poll

Republic of Ireland should rejoin Commonwealth, says UUP leader

Tom Elliott says the Queen’s visit last year forged a new relationship – and joining the Commonwealth would honour her jubilee.

# tom-elliott - Thursday 15 September, 2011

Orange Order could discipline UUP leaders for attending Ronan Kerr funeral

An Orange lodge has lodged a formal complaint over Tom Elliott and Danny Kennedy, over their attendance at Ronan Kerr’s funeral.

# tom-elliott - Monday 9 May, 2011

Adams asks UUP leader to withdraw SF 'scum' remark Northern Ireland This post contains videos

Adams asks UUP leader to withdraw SF 'scum' remark

Tom Elliott infuriated Sinn Féin volunteers by calling them ‘scum’ at an election count on Saturday afternoon.

# tom-elliott - Friday 6 May, 2011

Counting underway in fourth elections to Stormont Assembly

The DUP and Sinn Féin are expected to remain the biggest parties in Stormont – with a minor chance of Sinn Féin coming out on top.

# tom-elliott - Tuesday 21 December, 2010

ESB buys Northern energy company in €1.4bn deal

The £1.2bn takeover deal is completed, despite the opposition of Unionist politicians resenting an all-Ireland energy company.