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Trimble slams likely suspension
Trimble quits as NI party leader

year 2005 Top ^

  Nobel laureate David Trimble resigned as head of the Ulster Unionist Party after losing his seat in parliament

year 2002 Top ^

  Suspending power-sharing government over an IRA spy ring would 'undermine the democratic process,' says its First Minister

year 2001 Top ^

  Ulster Unionist leader has succeeded in his bid to be re-elected as first minister of power sharing assembly
Nov.5   Trimble set for new vote  Hardline unionists lodged a petition opposing the vote, demanding that the UK call fresh elections to the assembly Nov.3   Alliance backs Trimble  The Alliance Party, small, independent party, threw limited support behind Trimble's election as leader of a government Nov.2   Trimble loses key vote
  Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party has failed in his bid to be re-elected leader of power-sharing executive
Oct.5   Trimble's IRA court battle falters  Ulster Unionist leader has lost at a Appeal Court in his attempt to pressure IRA into disarming Aug.9   Trimble rejects IRA arms statement  Leader of the Protestants accused the Irish Republican Army of failing to give a clear undertaking Aug.7   Trimble demands more from IRA  Ulster Unionist leader could not back the London-Dublin plan until IRA began disarming Jun.30   Trimble has quit
  Ulster Unionist Party chief resigned as leader of the Catholic-Protestant government
Jun.23   Trimble reelected as Unionists leader  First Minister has said he will resign on July 1 unless there is progress on disarming IRA Feb.10   Trimble threatens Sinn Fein  Leader of protestant Ulster Party threatened to step up sanctions if IRA paramilitaries failed to decommission weapons

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