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A Tragedy of ErrorsThe Government and Misgovernment of Northern Ireland$

Kenneth Bloomfield

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9781846310645

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846312519

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A Tragedy of Errors
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Official papers

1953

December

Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man: A Treasury Paper

1969

October

Northern Ireland: Text of a Communiqué (Callaghan visit)

1971

August

A Record of Constructive Change, Comd. 558

October

The Future Development of the Parliament and Government of Northern Ireland: A Consultative Document, Comd. 560

1972

March

Political Settlement (Statements of 24 March 1972 by Prime Minister and Government of Northern Ireland), Cmd. 568

Northern Ireland (Temporary Provisions) Act 1972

June

Northern Ireland: Financial Arrangements and Legislation, Cmd. 4997

October

The Future of Northern Ireland: A Paper for Discussion

1973

March

Northern Ireland Constitutional Proposals, Cmnd. 5259

July

Northern Ireland Constitution Act 1973

December

Sunningdale Conference Communiqué

1974

Northern Ireland Office discussion papers

July

Northern Ireland Act 1974

The Northern Ireland Constitution, Cmnd. 5675

1976

January

The Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention: Letter from the Secretary of State to the Chairman, Cmnd. 6387

1979

November

The Government of Northern Ireland: A Working Paper for a Conference, Cmnd. 7763

1980

July

The Government of Northern Ireland: Proposals for Further Discussion

1982

Northern Ireland Act 1982

1985

November

Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Ireland, Cmnd. 9657

1989

May

The Anglo-Irish Agreement: Review of Working of the Conference

1993

December

Joint Declaration by John Major and Albert Reynolds

1995

February

Frameworks for the Future

1998

January

Joint Statement by British and Irish Governments

April

‘Good Friday Agreement’ and Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Ireland

2006

October

St Andrew's Agreement

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Barton, Brian, Northern Ireland in the Second World War (Belfast, 1995).

Bell, J. Bowyer, The Irish Troubles, A Generation of Violence, 1967–1992 (Dublin, 1993).

Bloomfield, Kenneth, Contribution to Faith in Ulster (ECONI) (Belfast).

Bloomfield, Kenneth, ‘Devolution: Lessons from Northern Ireland’, Political Quarterly (April-June 1996) (Royal Institute of Public Administration).

Bloomfield, Kenneth, Stormont in Crisis: A Memoir (Belfast, 1994).

Bloomfield, Kenneth, We Will Remember Them, Report of the Victims Commissioner (Belfast, 1998).

Bogdanor, Vernon, Devolution in the United Kingdom (Oxford, 1999).

Brett, Charles, Housing a Divided Community (Dublin, 1986).

Buckland, Patrick, James Craig (Dublin, 1980).

Callaghan, James, A House Divided: The Dilemma of Northern Ireland (London, 1973).

Carrington, Peter, Reflect on Things Past: The Memoirs of Lord Carrington (London, 1988).

Carver, Michael, Out of Step: The Memoirs of Field Marshal Lord Carver (London, 1989).

Churchill, Winston, The Second World War (London, 1948–54).

Clinton, Hillary, Living History (New York, 2003).

Cole, John, As It Seemed to Me: Political Memoirs (London, 1995).

Coogan, Tim Pat, The Troubles: Ireland's Ordeal 1966–1995 and the Search for Peace (London, 1995).

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Daly, Cahal, The Price of Peace (Belfast, 1991).

De Breadun, Declan, The Far Side of Revenge: Making Peace in Northern Ireland (Cork, 2001).

Delaney, Eamon, An Accidental Diplomat (Dublin, 2001).

Deutsch, Richard, and Magowan, Vivien, Northern Ireland, 1968-73: Chronology of Events, 2 vols (Belfast, 1973, 1974).

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Dillon, Martin, 25 Years of Terror: The IRA's War against the British (London, 1994).

Dwane, David, Early Life of Eamon de Valera (Dublin, 1922).

Eames, Robin, Chains to Be Broken (London, 1922).

(p.262) Elliott, Marianne, The Catholics of Ulster: A History (London, 2000).

Elliott, Marianne (ed.), The Long Road to Peace in Northern Ireland (Liverpool, 2002).

English, Richard, The Armed Struggle: A History of the IRA (London, 2003).

Faulkner, Brian, Memoirs of a Statesman (London, 1978).

Fay, Marie Therese et al., Northern Ireland Troubles: The Human Costs (London, 1999).

FitzGerald, Garret, All in a Life: An Autobiography (Dublin, 1991).

Flackes, W.D., and Elliott, Sydney, Northern Ireland: A Political Directory, 1968–88 (Belfast, 1989).

Flackes, W.D., and Elliott, Sydney, Northern Ireland: A Political Directory, 1968–93 (Belfast, 1994).

Foster, R.E, Contribution to Varieties of Irishness (Belfast, 1989).

Foster, RE, Modern Ireland, 1600–1972 (London, 1988).

Gailey, Andrew, Crying in the Wilderness: Jack Sayers, a Liberal Editor in Ulster, 1939–69 (Belfast, 1995).

Godson, Dean, Himself Alone: David Trimble and the Ordeal of Unionism (London, 2004).

Gordon David, The O'Neill Years: Unionist Politics, 1963–1969 (Belfast, 1989).

Gorman, John, The Times of My Life (London, 2004).

Hamber, Brandon (ed.), Past Imperfect: Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland and Societies in Transition (Derry, 1998).

Hayes, Maurice, Minority Verdict: Experiences of a Catholic Civil Servant (Belfast, 1995).

Heath, Edward, The Course of My Life: The Autobiography of Edward Heath (London, 1998).

Hennesy, Thomas, Northern Ireland: The Origins of the Troubles (Dublin, 2005).

Hennessey, Peter, The Prime Minister: The Office and Its Holders since 1945 (London, 2000).

Hermon, John, Holding the Line (Dublin, 1997).

Heseltine, Michael, Life in the Jungle (London, 2000).

Holland, Jack, The American Connection (New York, 1987).

Jackson, Alvin, An Irish History, 1800–2000 (London, 2003).

Jones, Thomas (ed.), Whitehall Diary, vol. III: 1918–1925 (London, 1971).

Joyc, Joe, and Murtagh, Peter, The Boss: Charles J. Haughey in Government (Dublin, 1983).

Kelly, Henry, How Stormont Fell (Dublin, 1972).

Langdon, Julia, Mo Mowlam: The Biography (London, 2000).

Latham, Richard, Deadly Beat: Inside the Royal Ulster Constabulary (Edinburgh, 2001).

McCann, Eamonn, War and an Irish Town (London, 1974).

McCreary, Alf, Gordon Wilson: An Ordinary Hero (London, 1996).

McCreary, Alf, Nobody's Fool: The Life of Archbishop Robin Eames (London, 2004).

McDowell, A.D., The Life of Sir Denis Henry: Catholic Unionist (Belfast, 2000).

Mclvor, Basil, Hope Deferred: Experiences of an Irish Unionist (Belfast, 1998).

McKendrey, Seamus, Disappeared: The Search for Jean McConville (Dublin, 2000).

Mallie, Eamoim, and McKittrick, David, The Fight for Peace: The Secret Story behind the Irish Peace Process (London, 1996).

(p.263) Major, John, John Major: The Autobiography (London, 1999).

Mallie, Eamonn, and McKittrick, David, Endgame in Ireland (London, 2001).

Mawhinney, Brian, In the Firing Line: Politics, Faith, Power and Forgiveness (London, 1999).

Moloney, Ed, and Pollak, Andy, Paisley (Dublin, 1986).

Mowlam, Mo, Momentum: The Struggle for Peace, Politics and the People (London, 2002).

Needham, Richard, Battlingfor Peace (Belfast, 1998).

O'Brien, Conor Cruise, Memoir: My Life and Themes (Dublin, 1998).

Oliver, John, Aspects of Ulster (Antrim, 1994).

O'Neill, Terence, The Autobiography of Terence O'Neill (London, 1972).

O'Neill, Terence, Ulster at the Crossroads (London, 1969).

Pakenham, Frank, Peace by Ordeal (London, 1962).

Patterson, Henry, Ireland since 1939 (Oxford, 2002).

Pollak, Andy (ed.), A Citizen's Inquiry: The Opsahl Report on Northern Ireland (Dublin, 1993).

Rees, Merlyn, Northern Ireland: A Personal Perspective (London, 1985).

Robbins, Keith et al., Varieties of Britishness (Belfast, 1990).

Rose, Peter, How the Troubles Came to Northern Ireland (London, 2000).

Routledge, Paul, John Hume: A Biography (London, 1997).

Ryder, Chris, The Fateful Split: Catholics and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (London, 2004).

Ryder, Chris, The RUC, 1922-2000: A Force under Fire (London, 1989).

Scouler, Clive, James Chichester-Clark: Prime Minister of Northern Ireland (Killyleagh, 2000).

Smyth, Marie, Half the Battle (Derry, 1998).

Smyth, Marie, and Fay, Marie Therese, Personal Accounts from Northern Ireland's Troubles: Public Conflict, Private Loss (London, 2000).

Smyth, Marie, Morrissey, Mike, and Hamilton, Jennifer, Caring through the Troubles: Health and Social Services in North and West Belfast (Belfast, 2001).

Stuart, Mark, Douglas Hurd: The Public Servant (Edinburgh, 1998).

Sunday Times Insight Team, Ulster (London, 1972).

Taylor, Peter, Brits: The War against the IRA (London, 2001).

Taylor, Peter, Provos: The IRA and Sinn Fein (London, 1997).

Thatcher, Margaret, The Downing Street Years (London, 1993).

Walker, Graham, A History of the Ulster Unionist Party: Protest, Pragmatism and Pessimism (Manchester, 2004).

Wallace, Martin, Drums and Guns: Revolution in Ulster (London, 1970).

Whitelaw, William, The Whitelaw Memoir (London, 1989).

Wilson, Gordon, with McCreary, Alf, Marie: A Story from Enniskillin (London, 1990).

Wilson, Robin (ed.), Agreeing to Disagree (HMSO, 2001).

Windlesham, Daid, ‘Ministers in Ulster: the Machinery of Direct Rule’, Public Administration (Autumn 1973 issue) (Royal Institute of Public Administration, London).