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politics and government of
Northern Ireland 1921–1972
The Parliament of Northern Ireland was the home rule legislature created under the Government of Ireland Act 1920, which existed from 7 June 1921 to 30 March 1972, when it was suspended. It was subsequently abolished under the Northern Ireland Constitution Act 1973.
The fifth Government or Executive Committee of the Privy Council of Northern Ireland was led by James Chichester-Clark, who was the Prime Minister from 1 May 1969 to 23 March 1971.
|Prime Minister||James Chichester-Clark||from 1 May 1969|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Senate of Northern Ireland||Jack Andrews||from 3 May 1969|
|Minister of Finance||Herbert Kirk||from 2 April 1965|
|Minister of Home Affairs||Robert Porter||Office combined with Prime Minister from 26 August 1970|
|Minister of State, Ministry of Home Affairs (Cabinet rank)||John D Taylor||from 26 August 1970|
|Minister of Education||William Long||from 3 May 1969|
|Minister of Agriculture||Phelim O'Neill||from 3 May 1969|
|Minister of Commerce||Roy Bradford||from 24 January 1969|
|Minister of Health and Local Government||William Fitzsimmons||from 12 March 1969|
|Minister of Development||Brian Faulkner||from 3 May 1969|
- "The Government of Northern Ireland". Election demon. Retrieved 28 June 2007.