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Q.1
Direct Rule from Westminster was implemented in Northern Ireland in March 1972. Who became the 1st Secretary of State for Northern Ireland under this system?

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Q.2
William Whitelaw favoured a twin-track approach to settlement agreements in Northern Ireland in 1972. What were the two ''twin-track'' policies?

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Q.3
Which of the following parties were OPPOSED to Power-Sharing Negotiations in Northern Ireland?

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Q.4
What was the allocation of Ministers in the Power-Sharing Executive of December 1973 - May 1974?

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Q.5
Unionists opposed to Power-Sharing united to form what organisation?

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Q.6
When Direct Rule was re-implemented in mid-1974, Merlyn Rees as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, introduced a policy of 'Ulsterisation'. What did this policy mean?

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Q.7
The policy of 'Criminalisation' of terrorists during the 1970's affected prisoners in what way?

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Q.8
In response to 'Criminalisation', the IRA & INLA Prisoners started a series of protests in September 1976. In which order did those protests occur?

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Q.9
Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister of Britain & N. Ireland since 1979, refused to negotiate with the IRA Prisoners' Protest on what stated grounds?

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Q.10
The Hunger Strike of 1981, led by Bobby Sands, ended after how many prisoners had died?

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