And the Northern Ireland Unionist Party was left without its leader in the assembly after Cedric Wilson was squeezed out of Strangford.
What does NIUP stand for?
NIUP stands for Northern Ireland Unionist Party
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Mr Hutchinson was elected to the Assembly in 1998 as a member of Bob McCartney's UK Unionist Party, but resigned a year later to join the Northern Ireland Unionist Party.
A move two weeks ago by anti-Agreement unionists to force a debate on the exclusion of Sinn Fein from government foundered when a petition failed to attract the 30 signatures required because of a rival motion from the smaller Northern Ireland Unionist party.
Northern Ireland Unionist Party MLA, Norman Boyd, said: "I had the privilege of having dinner with Andrew recently at Stormont.
The Strangford MLA said then that he would steer his own ship and since that day he has lead the Northern Ireland Unionist Party.
After what he called a "stormy" meeting with the Senator, Northern Ireland Unionist Party leader Mr Cedric Wilson accused him of being an "enforcement officer" for the Agreement rather than an independent observer.
The Northern Ireland Unionist Party polled 4,360 in the Assembly election, but their withdrawal in the by-election meant the DUP had an easy win.
Northern Ireland Unionist Party MLA Cedric Wilson said yesterday: "The impact of this could just swallow up the entire village.