The Referendum Party was a Eurosceptic, single issue party in the United Kingdom formed by Sir James Goldsmith to fight the 1997 General Election. The party stood in 547 constituencies. In Northern Ireland, the party did not stand, but endorsed the Ulster Unionist Party. In the 165 seats also contested by UKIP, the Referendum Party beat UKIP in all but two, Romsey and Glasgow Anniesland.
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