NI21 was a short-lived political party in Northern Ireland. It was founded in 2013 by ex-Ulster Unionist Party MLAs Basil McCrea and John McCallister. Although it explicitly supported Northern Ireland staying part of the United Kingdom (i.e. unionism), it planned to designate as "other" rather than "unionist" in future Stormont elections.[1] It presented itself as a "cross-community party" and promoted a Northern Irish national identity for the 21st century. The party had two MLAs in the Northern Ireland Assembly and a single councillor on Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council.

LeaderBasil McCrea
ChairmanOlive Buckley
Deputy LeaderVacant (from January 2016)
Founded6 June 2013
DissolvedNovember 2016
HeadquartersMarket Street,
Youth wingNI21: Northern Ireland's Future Group Wing
IdeologyBritish unionism
Social liberalism
Political positionCentre
ColoursTeal, Green, Blue

As of November 2016 following its failure to renew its registration with the Electoral Commission it has effectively ceased to exist.[2]