The party has yet to reveal whether the new leader will also be first minister, or whether the roles will be separate
After Arlene Foster’s decision to quit as leader of Democratic Unionist party in the wake of an internal revolt, there is a vacancy at the top.
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The party, founded half a century ago by firebrand Ian Paisley, is at a crossroads, with polls in February showing a sharp decline in support in favour of the Traditional Unionist Voice led by Jim Allister, who broke away from the DUP in 2007, and the Alliance, a centrist party eschewing orange and green politics.