The modern Conservative Party of the United Kingdom, also known as the Unionist Party in the early 20th century, traces its origins back to the "Tory" supporters of Duke of York, later King James VII&II, during the 1678-1681 exclusion. The name was originally meant as a pejorative -- a 'Tory' was a type of Irish bandit. More information...
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