SDLP


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SDLP

(in Northern Ireland) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Social Democratic and Labour Party
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SDLP West Tyrone Westminster candidate Daniel McCrossan condemned the incident, saying: "This latest cowardly attack on the SDLP demonstrates the deep political insecurity of behalf of the vandals.
The reality is that the only party that can have significant representation across the UK is Labour, working with the SDLP in Northern Ireland.
At the party conference yesterday the South Belfast MP insisted the SDLP will stand candidates in all 18 constituencies as it aims to defend its three Parliamentary seats.
Farren's history of the SDLP rivals Ian McAllister's book, The Northern Ireland Social Democratic and Labour Party: political opposition in a divided society (London, 1977), in terms of research and access to party archives.
Former SDLP leader John Hume, MP for Foyle since 1983, also weighed in at the party's annual party conference, declaring that his party stood for true republicanism.
The document stated that Mr Lynch had already paid money to the SDLP and mentioned Mr Hume, then a leading member of the party, and colleagues Ivan Cooper, Austin Currie and Paddy O'Hanlon as intelligence officers.
Last night, with most of the votes counted, the DUP had 28 seats, UUP 25, Sinn Fein 24 and the SDLP 18.
The SDLP, along with Sinn Fein, is refusing to take its places on the new Policing Board which will oversee the reformed Police Service of Northern Ireland because it believes the Government has watered down the Patten Report proposals.
But the honour really goes to all those in the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP who worked so hard for an agreement.
The SDLP will help address the considerable challenges facing sustainable development in the forestry industry," said Xue Jianhui, Professor and Dean of Colleges of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University.
The SDLP has insisted it will not enter a nakedly sectarian arrangement.
Jointly-hosted "All Island Economy" meetings involving senior figures from both parties and Fianna Fail ministers canvassing for SDLP figures in Northern Ireland elections fuelled suspicions of an impending formal pact.