Rev Ian Paisley canvassing as the Protestant Unionist candidate in the Bannside, Co Antrim, constituency by-election of 16th April 1970 caused by the resignation of Terence O'Neill, the sitting MP. He had resigned the previous year as N Ireland's Prime Minister being succeeded by Major James Chichester-Clark. Rev Ian Paisley literally engages in parish pump politics with Cullybackey resident, James Baird, who complained about the absence of running water in the Queen's Park houses 17 years after they were built. 197004000113e<br />
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Rev Ian Paisley canvassing as the Protestant Unionist candidate in the Bannside, Co Antrim, constituency by-election of 16th April 1970 caused by the resignation of Terence O'Neill, the sitting MP. He had resigned the previous year as N Ireland's Prime Minister being succeeded by Major James Chichester-Clark. Rev Ian Paisley literally engages in parish pump politics with Cullybackey resident, James Baird, who complained about the absence of running water in the Queen's Park houses 17 years...
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