When the idea of the United Progressive Party emerged in 1992, discussions were held between representatives of the three major opposition parties: the Progressive Labour Movement (PLM), the United National Democratic Party (UNDP), and the Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement (ACLM).

Discussions commenced in earnest with the following representatives: Baldwin Spencer and Willmoth Daniel from the UNDP; Vincent “Tubby” Derrick and Collin Derrick from the PLM, and Tim Hector and Conrad Luke from the ACLM.

These persons are generally referred to within the Party as “the founding fathers”.

Baldwin Spencer

Willmoth Daniel

Tubby Derrick

Collin Derrick

Tim Hector

Conrad Luke

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