Brian Faulkner hopes to benefit from Catholic votes and says that they would be welcome in the Unionist Party.

Faulkner notes that he has made appeals to "all religions and none, to come and join the unionist party". The only condition of membership of the party is a determination to maintain the union with Britain.

Ronnie Turner asks Faulkner what Catholics can expect in return for voting Unionist. Faulkner argues that nothing is offered on the basis of religion. "A man's religion should not enter into either his qualification for employment or his qualification for a house. In employment, the only test should be ability. In the house allocation, the only test should be need. I'd like to get religion entirely divorced from politics".