Henry Maitland Clark, the defeated Ulster Unionist candidate, in the June 1970 UK General Ellection, speaking at the Ballymena count. Clark, who had held the seat in the three previous General Elections, was a relative of the then Major James Chichester-Clark, who went on to become the penultimate N Ireland Prime Minister and in 1971 received a life peer taking the title Lord Moyola. 197006190230b.<br />
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Henry Maitland Clark, the defeated Ulster Unionist candidate, in the June 1970 UK General Ellection, speaking at the Ballymena count. Clark, who had held the seat in the three previous General Elections, was a relative of the then Major James Chichester-Clark, who went on to become the penultimate N Ireland Prime Minister and in 1971 received a life peer taking the title Lord Moyola. 197006190230b.

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