Major James Chichester-Clark, waves to supporters after being chosen as leader of the Ulster Unionist Party in May 1969. As party leader he automatically became Prime Minister in the N Ireland Parliament at Stormont. Created life peer in July 1971 he took the title Lord Moyola. He died on 17 May 2002 at the age of 79; he was the last surviving Prime Minister of Northern Ireland. 196905000185<br />
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Major James Chichester-Clark, waves to supporters after being chosen as leader of the Ulster Unionist Party in May 1969. As party leader he automatically became Prime Minister in the N Ireland Parliament at Stormont. Created life peer in July 1971 he took the title Lord Moyola. He died on 17 May 2002 at the age of 79; he was the last surviving Prime Minister of Northern Ireland. 196905000185

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