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MR. HAROLD WILSON lunched with Mr. Jack Lynch, the Irish Republic Prime Minister, today, after flying to Dublin from London.

MR. HAROLD WILSON lunched with Mr. Jack Lynch, the Irish Republic Prime Minister, today, after flying to Dublin from London.

Co. Londonderry, today broke the peace halfway through the last 24 hours of the Provisional I.R.A.'s three-day truce in Northern Ireland.
13 March 1972 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. HAROLD WILSON lunched with Mr. Jack Lynch, the Irish Republic Prime Minister, today, after flying to Dublin from London.

MR. HAROLD WILSON lunched with Mr. Jack Lynch, the Irish Republic Prime Minister, today, after flying to Dublin from London.

Co. Londonderry, today broke the peace halfway through the last 24 hours of the Provisional I.R.A.'s three-day truce in Northern Ireland. The shot was off target and fire was not returned, an Army spokesman said. Men of the Gloucestershire Regiment today
13 March 1972 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
baffles experts Wilson in Dublin for a day of talks

baffles experts Wilson in Dublin for a day of talks

Dungiven, Co. Londonderry, broke the peace halfway through the last 24- hours of the Provisional I.R.A.'s three-day truce in Northern Ireland. The shot was off target and fire was not returned, an Army spokesman said. Last night the truce was shattered when
13 March 1972 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
Irish

Irish

scale is out of gear: 15 years is not the sort of period in terms of which people should think of bringing about a truce in Northern Ireland 15 minutes would be more appropriate in view of the fact that any moment can bring loss of life. It is Impossible
03 December 1971 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
assessment

assessment

I appeal through The Birmingham Post for people of goodwill and a feeling of humanity to support our plea for a truce in Northern Ireland during the Christmas period. It would be too much at this time to hope for a return to lasting peace and sanity,
30 November 1971 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
assessment

assessment

I appeal through The Birminphom Post for people of goodwill and a feeling of humanity to support our plea for a truce in Northern Ireland during the Christmas period. It would be too much at this time to hope for a return to lasting peace and sanity.
30 November 1971 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Newcastle degrees awarded

Newcastle degrees awarded

IDlslelnn 111 Lain A Earomt. DI.. 6. Beavers. Sue. C. 11.9.15 Y. lensenle. timothy I Coulter. Alan Nolllol John P. Hurler, truce A. Ireland. C V. J 0044. Anthony 0 Rsllh. We nee). II Stephenson. An!hens SlTlnfee. Paul Trlnder Pnr AnolePr blerryn C nrellart
22 June 1971 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RETIRAL OF

RETIRAL OF

of fires, and this man was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment, but was liberated before his time was up due to the truce with Ireland. Supt. Mc- Lean had a good deal of work in connection with the South Queeneferry murder in 1942 in association with
04 July 1952 - West Lothian Courier - Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland
 
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Twonew. NO/ IL NISI

tor sear sod obviously to seam with U. :Cif7l! iT - How bong have rat been to ILL countn be asked when It stated ergs • truce of Ireland. - never been out of the country' r eplied John uodlgn•ntly tors to Count• Durham. gee: not !relined I'•e never been
10 July 1951 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England