Cadogan Group

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The Cadogan Group is a Unionist think tank in Northern Ireland set up in 1991.


Colin Armstrong, Arthur Aughey, Paul Bew, Graham Gudgin, Jim Hamilton, Dennis Kennedy, Henry Patterson, Patrick Roche and Bill Smith.

On first being reported in the press in 1992 the group was said to consist of:

The members of the group are Professor Paul Bew of the Politics Department, Queen's University Belfast; Mr Arthur Aughey, a senior lecturer in Politics at the University of Ulster; Mr Paddy Roche of the Economics Department, University of Ulster; Mr Graham Gudgin, director of the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre; Mr Dennis Kennedy, the former head of the EC Office in the North; and Mr Arthur Green, a former undersecretary at the Department of Education Northern Ireland.[1]


  1. Suzanne Breen, "North group says unity not financially viable", The Irish Times December 01, 1992, CITY EDITION