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  1. The Unionist Party was the main centre-right political party in Scotland between 1912 and 1965. Independent of, although associated with, the Conservative Party in England and Wales, it stood for election at different periods of its history in alliance with a small number of Liberal Unionist and National Liberal candidates.

    • 1912
  2. Scotland is one of four countries of the United Kingdom which has its own devolved government and Scottish Parliament, as well as representation in the UK Parliament. There are many strands of political Unionism in Scotland, some of which have ties to Unionism and Loyalism in Northern Ireland.

  3. Unionist Party (Scotland), centre-right party which existed between 1912 and 1965, the dominant force in Scottish politics until the late 1950s. Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, the full name of the party since 1965 more often called the Scottish Conservative Party.

  4. Scottish Unionist Party. Scottish Unionist Party may refer to: Unionist Party (Scotland) (1912-1965), sometimes known outside Scotland as the Scottish Unionist Party. Scottish Unionist Party (1986), a small political party in Scotland, from the mid-1980s to the present day.

  5. The Scottish Conservative & Unionist Party (Scottish Gaelic: Pàrtaidh Tòraidheach na h-Alba, Scots: Scots Tory an Unionist Pairty, often known simply as the Scottish Conservatives and colloquially as the Scottish Tories) is part of the UK Conservative Party active in Scotland.

    • 67 Northumberland Street, Edinburgh
  6. 6 de fev. de 2024 · The Unionist Party was the main centre-right political party in Scotland between 1912 and 1965. Independent of, although associated with, the Conservative Party in England and Wales, it stood for election at different periods of its history in alliance with a small number of Liberal Unionist and National Liberal candidates.