A member from the Democratic Unionist Party as well as the Northern Ireland Legislative Assembly, McCausland served from 2011 until 2014 as his country’s Minister for Public Development. He previously previously held any office of Minister of Lifestyle, Arts and Amusement. After their studies at Worcester University, Oxford and Queen’s School, Belfast, he proved helpful as a instructor. He started his political profession in the first 1980s as an associate from the United Ulster Unionist Party. From 1997 to 2003, he going The Ulster-Scots Traditions Council. He was created and elevated in Belfast, North Ireland. A Methodist, he released a religious-historical function entitled Patrick, Apostle of Ulster: A Protestant Watch of Patrick. He and fellow Democratic Unionist Party politician Arlene Foster both kept ministerial positions in North Ireland through the early 2000s.