We take your individual privacy very seriously. We aim to ensure that we comply with all aspects of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came into force on 25th May 2018.
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Traditional Unionist Voice – TUV
38 Henry Street
By email to:
Any personal information collected via this website will be processed and stored exclusively for the purposes of Traditional Unionist Voice – TUV. Depending on how and why you provide us with your personal data it may be shared within the Party and our elected representatives.
Personal information that you submit is stored on secure servers and we take every reasonable measure and precaution to protect and secure the personal data that we process and prevent unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure or destruction.
Traditional Unionist Voice – TUV is a registered political party in Northern Ireland and our work is designed to promote our values and engage citizens in the democratic process. We have a public task basis for the processing of data, however for you to have received marketing communication from us consent will have been granted, unless there is specific legal exemption. If you wish to join the party as a member we need to process your data to fulfil this contract.
Data Collection and Use
We collect data in a number of ways:
If you wish to become a member we collect your name, email address, postal address, phone number, date of birth, past and present political and cultural associations, and any criminal convictions. We use this information only to process a membership application and use the information to contact the applicant in relation to this.
Contact Me / Have Your Say
Information and queries can be submitted through to the party via the “Contact Me” or “Have Your Say” forms. This information is passed to the most appropriate representative. For a response to be issued, a name and email address is requested.
Make a Donation
If you make a donation of more than £500 you must be a permissible donor. All donations via the website will be to the central party, and any of over £7,500 will be reported to the Electoral Commission and will be published by them.
Further information on donations to political parties in Northern Ireland can be found here:
We may use data from other public records or sources, including the full electoral register which the party is legally entitled to.
Access to your data
You may, at any time request access to the personal data that we hold which relates to you (sometimes called a subject access request).This may entitle you to a copy of the personal data that we hold about you. It is not a right that allows you to request personal data about other people, or a right to request specific documents from us that do not relate to your personal data.
Deletion of Data
We will retain your data for as long as it is required to meet the purposes set out in this notice, unless a longer retention period is required by law.
Data from those who have unsubscribed from our email newsletter mailing list will remain on the database afterwards. All data for those who have unsubscribed will be periodically deleted. This process will take place at least once every calendar year.
Details of those who have applied for membership online remain on the database, whether the application has been successfully completed or not. Data will remain on the database for at least twelve months following the date of application but will be deleted at some point during the following twelve months.
Data from issues raised through the “Contact Me” or “Have Your Say” section will be passed on to the relevant elected representative who will hold the data in accordance with the guidelines for them. Data held by the party in relation to this will be deleted within two years.
Anyone who wishes their data to be deleted earlier than this can contact the party using the details above and make a request for this to happen. There may be good legal reason for us to continue to hold all or some of the data that you have asked us to erase. If this is the case, we will tell you what that reason is at the time we respond to the request.
Lodging a Complaint
If you have a complaint about any issue related to your data you can submit a complaint to the party, addressed to the Chief Executive, to the party’s contact details listed above.
The supervisory authority for the United Kingdom is the Information Commissioner’s office. They can be contacted at: