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February 1922 North Down by-election

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North Down byelection result

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I am a BREXITEER but "the EU has also done many GOOD THINGS" - Tory MP Lee Rowley

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N. IRELAND: CAR BOMB EXPLODES IN TOWN OF NEWTOWNHAMILTON

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NATIONAL DEFENSE DAY RADIO BROADCAST 1924 - ULTRA RARE

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RAF Tournament (1921)

The North Down by-election of February 1922 was held on 21 February 1922. The by-election was held due to the appointment of the incumbent Ulster Unionist Party MP, Thomas Watters Brown, as a judge to the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland. It was won unopposed by the Ulster Unionist Party candidate Henry Hughes Wilson. Wilson was assassinated four months later, leading to the July 1922 North Down by-election.
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