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Enoch Powell

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Parliamentary General Election South Down Constituency, 'A Letter from the Ulster Unionist Candidate ENOCH POWELL - VOTE ULSTER UNIONIST Thursday, 3rd May 1979.' Published by E. P. Baxter, Election Agent, 3 Bridge St, Banbridge. Powell retained the seat he won in October 1974 and held until the 1987 General Election. Powell was one of the most high-profile, and often controversial, politicians of his generation. In Northern Ireland he favoured an integrationist approach to government as opposed to those who supported a devolved administration.