MISS Bernadette Devlin said in Paris yesterday that, if necessary, she would advocate armed guerilla warfare against Northern Ireland's Protestant establishment to get better conditions for workers. Miss Devlin, MP for Mid- Ulster, told a Press conference her recent fourmonth so
Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, November 11, 1970 IF SIR KNOX Cunningham thinks that a general election would afford any evidence of whether the electors want the voting system changed or not. he should look at the last Northern Ireland general election. It was called expressly in
would tend to duced the only Independent M.P.s. So they did. but not until their electoral system was changed to PR in 1918. PR has also been used since 1920 to elect the Church Assembly (now the General Synod of the Church of England) and is being adopted by a rapidly increasin
a sale of surplus antioues at the Earl of Enniskillen's home at Florence Court Castle. Fermanagh. The Duke also bought a Regency governess carriage, an early Victorian carriage and a large collection of equestrian goods for about £760. The water closet he bought has a glazed blu
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