An exhausted Bernadette Devlin tries to articulate her plans following victory in the Mid-Ulster by-election.

Devlin says "My most immediate plan is to get rid of all you press men and get some sleep".

On her plans to sit at Westminster, Devlin states "I have very little time for useless formalities." When asked what line she will take Devlin replies  "The line that we must have some justice Mr, Wilson please".