With Stormont closed down, the British Government decided that it had to try out a very different solution if peace was to be restored to Northern Ireland.
Which of the following would be included in the new power sharing arrangements proposed for the government of Northern Ireland?
What was the name of the Unionist group set up to oppose the introduction of power sharing?
Which of the following parties did best in the elections for the power sharing Assembly and Executive?
Who was appointed as Chief Executive of the power sharing Executive?
Which of the following was agreed at the Sunningdale Conference?
How did loyalists react to the signing of the Sunningdale Agreement?
Which of the following developments did not undermine the prospects of success for power sharing right from the start?
Which organisation was set up by loyalists in early 1974 to oppose power sharing and the Sunningdale Agreement?
Which of the following was not a reason for the increased levels of support for the UWC strike shortly after it began?
Where did loyalists allegedly explode bombs during the UWC strike?
How did the British Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, describe the UWC strikers in a television address on 25th May 1974?
On which date did the Unionist members of the power sharing Executive resign their positions?