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Is the grandiose building outside Belfast which housed the Northern Irish Parliament 1932–72. Its absurdly lengthy drive possesses an imposing statue of a defiant Sir Edward Carson. The word became a synonym for intransigent unionism. Since 2007 it has housed the power‐sharing executive of Northern Ireland.

Subjects: Regional and National History.

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