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Poster issued by the Ulster Clubs, 'Loyalist Act Now, Your chance to actually do something against the Anglo-Irish Summit. Boycott all Republic of Ireland Goods. Check every product before buying - Let the shopkeepers know your feelings.' Printed black text on a white background. The Ulster Clubs were initially established in 1985 to oppose plans to re-route Orange parades, however, in the wake of the Anglo-Irish Agreement of November 1985 their re-mit expanded to opposition to the AIA. The issue of loyalists boycotting goods from the Irish Republic was one which emerged among unionists at periods throughout the course of the Troubles.