1974 Ulster Unionist Party leadership election
The 1974 Ulster Unionist Party leadership election took place on 22 January 1974, as a result of incumbent Brian Faulkner's resignation on 7 January 1974 because of difficulty in achieving agreement to the setting up of an all-Ireland council. The election resulted in Harry West succeeding Faulkner as Leader of the UUP.
- "Faulkner, Brian". RTE Archives. Retrieved 28 March 2018.
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