Ulster: Steering Toward Civil War?

September 1971
Time;9/20/1971, Vol. 98 Issue 12, p43
The article reports on the two day meeting on civil war in Northern Ireland, held between Great Britain's prime minister Edward Heath and John Lynch, prime minister of the Irish Republic, at Chequers in England. It reports that after the meeting, Heath invited Lynch for a tripartite meeting with Northern Ireland's prime minister and Heath. It further reports that British Home Secretary Reginald Maudling has invited Ulster's Catholic and Protestant leaders for roundtable conference.


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