Unionist supporters protesting in front of Parliament Buildings, Stormont, N Ireland, UK, about the deteriorating security situation. This follows the visit to London by N Ireland Prime Minister James Chichester-Clark where he met with the Conservative Party Prime Minister Edward Heath. The following day Chichester-Clark resigned as PM and was succeeded by Brian Faulkner. 18th March 1971. 197103180163a
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