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unless thPre marked change In lie of the security forces Immediate future, we e to reconsider our posierding the truce." gorthern Ireland Office st night making no its about the violence In mollshe station also ws was "a attitude In the will hat lion
11 August 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Violence breaks qut Belfast after new demo

Violence breaks qut Belfast after new demo

attitude of the security forces In the Immediate future, we will have to reconsider our post• lion regarding the truce." The Northern Ireland Office was last night making no statements about the violence in Belfast. But Government souves pointed out that
11 August 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Builders' 'mud bath` will ease company THE BUILDING site "rivers of mud - which have plagued home owners in Bracknell's

Builders' 'mud bath` will ease company THE BUILDING site "rivers of mud - which have plagued home owners in Bracknell's

at Clay Cross or Shrewsbury, is paralleled bj the more obvious violence in Vietnam. "The social contract and the truce in Northern Ireland look like the ill-fated Kissinger peace formula and the upsurge of violence and lawlessness could soon follow ..
01 May 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BURTON DAILY MAIL WEDNESDAY JANUARY 15th large selection piece suites always amiable 129-13145® ftrton-onTiw Telephone 3926 NET DAILY SALES ABC

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RELEASE OF 25 DETAINEES THREE DAYS HOME LEAVE TO BE OFFERED TO ANOTHER 50 Ulster awaits Provisional IRA decision on truce NORTHERN IRELAND SECRETARY MR MERLYN REES TO-DAY ORDERED THE RELEASE OF 25 DETAINEES FROM THE MAZE PRISON IN ULSTER WHILE THE PROVINCE
15 January 1975 - Burton Daily Mail - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Rees in new

Rees in new

his office at brigade headquarters. It was an irony for this afternoon a dramatic bid was being made to turn the truce in Northern Ireland into a lasting peace. Ulster Secretary Mr Merlyn Rees was pledging in the Commons the phased ending of internment
14 January 1975 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HAPPY STORY OF A BIRTHDAY TRUCE

HAPPY STORY OF A BIRTHDAY TRUCE

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07 November 1974 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IMP 'NO FAITH IN LABOUR': IRISH GROUP

IMP 'NO FAITH IN LABOUR': IRISH GROUP

said. "I would like to think this is the storm before the calm. There would have to be a show of force before a truce in Northern Ireland" The Labour Government could bring a halt to the IRA violence, she said. "Their bonding campaign fall flat on its
22 March 1974 - Southall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE GAZETTE Friday March 22 1974 Page 8 Births Marriages & SESSIONS To GouMino Graham February 28 a Chris Scott

THE GAZETTE Friday March 22 1974 Page 8 Births Marriages & SESSIONS To GouMino Graham February 28 a Chris Scott

she said “I would like to think this is the storm before the calm There would have to be a show of force before a truce in Northern Ireland” The Labour Government could bring a halt to the IRA violence she said “Their bombing campaign could fall flat on
22 March 1974 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
GIRLS LURE ARMY TWO TO DEATH

GIRLS LURE ARMY TWO TO DEATH

British “oppression," the movement said in Dublin yesterday. . The decision has been taken in the face of calls for a truce in Northern Ireland. Provisionals rejected the British White Paper proposals ‘on the future Ulster as inadequate, and called on Britain
24 March 1973 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the IRA

the IRA

the campaign of violenc e against British "oppression." The decision ha , been taken in the face of calls for u truce in Northern Ireland. In a statement from Dublin. the Provisionals rejected the British White Paper prowls:lls on the future of Ulster
23 March 1973 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England