| Cadogan Group|
The Cadogan Group is a Unionist think tank in Northern Ireland set up in 1991.
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.
- Suzanne Breen, "North group says unity not financially viable", The Irish Times December 01, 1992, CITY EDITION
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