William Craig talks about the motivations of 12 members of the Unionist Party in writing an open letter to Terence O'Neill calling for a change of leadership to end disunity within the party.
William Craig says that there is a perception that anyone who has a dispute with Captain O'Neill is classed as some sort of reactionary. Craig is in favour of pursuing even more imaginative and progressive programmes. Craig argues that O'Neill has lost the confidence of the party particularly in the constituencies where there is grave disunity which seems to centre around the leadership.
Craig also states that he has no personal desire to be Prime Minister and would only consider it if there were no other acceptable candidates.
Rodney Rice also questions Craig about the suitability of Faulkner as a potential leader.