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S.C.U. Faulkner speaking. IN: "We in the Government...." OUT: ".......as a whole."
G.V. PAN demonstrators through street. SOUND --- off-camera reporter's narration over film. IN: "The mainly Protestant shipyard workers......"
M.V. & C.U. Security forces watching (2 shots). Reporter's narration continues over.
G.V. & M.V. ZOOM OUT TO GV Marchers (2 shots). Reporter's narration out: ".......across the river."
M.V. EXT. Lynoh at news conference. (SILENT.)
S.C.U. Lynoh speaking IN: "I regard......" OUT: "......will prevail! "
FAULKNER: "We in the Government have preferred to give up our offices rather than surrender what we regard as a vital principle. We've had a grave disagreement with the United Kingdom Government, and we've endeavoured to conduct that disagreement with dignity and in the way that will least damage the Ulster we love and the United Kingdom as a whole."
LYNCH: "I regard the initiative of Mr. Heath and his government as a step further in seeking a lasting solution to the remaining problem in Anglo-Irish relations. I implore sections of the community, north and south, to consider the proposals maturely and digestively so as to avoid further tragic suffering in Northern Ireland involving innocent people, and making it possible for all Irishmen to build a new way forward towards a society in which peace, justice, and friendship and understanding will prevail."
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