Dr Ian Paisley's impact on British politics

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Dr Ian Paisley's impact on British politics
12th September 2014

The Evening Standard's political correspondent, Joe Watts discuss the life and career of the Reverend Dr Ian Paisley, who died today.

Dr Paisley, 88, was the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland, and served as a member of the Northern Ireland Assembly, the European parliament and as an MP in Westminster before becoming First Minister in 2007.

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