Speech by the Prime Minister, Mr. Brian Faulkner, addressing the Clevely Committee

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Title

Speech by the Prime Minister, Mr. Brian Faulkner, addressing the Clevely Committee

Subject

Bloody Sunday, Brian Faulkner, direct rule

Description

In this primary source, Brian Faulkner, the Northern Ireland Prime Minister, claimed the deaths of the January 30, 1972 civil rights march could have been avoided if the marchers had adhered to the processions ban. Faulkner argued that the Northern Ireland government should remain, and the British did not need to have direct rule of Northern Ireland.

Creator

Brian Faulkner

Source

Deputy Keeper of the Records, Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)

Publisher

Conflict Archive on the Internet (CAIN)

Date

1972-02-01

Contributor

Katherine Behnke

Rights

http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/proni/1972/proni_PM-5-169-13_1972-02-01.pdf

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Text

Citation

Brian Faulkner , “Speech by the Prime Minister, Mr. Brian Faulkner, addressing the Clevely Committee,” Politics of Protest and Gender, accessed October 17, 2018, http://csuhisppg.shelleyrose.org/items/show/128.

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