Is the UUP at a low ebb or in terminal decline?

Is the UUP at a low ebb  or in terminal decline?
Robin Swann, UUP leader: the party was pro-Remain, but changed policy after the referendum Pic: PressEye

The UUP can no longer hide from its own contradictions. To survive, it must either offer a credible alternative, or face a merger

As the centenary of Northern Ireland fast approaches, the once invincible Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) is facing the real possibility of extinction.

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