Sean Duignan reports on the difficulties of getting Unionist Parliamentary Party members to agree on 'one man, one vote' and the pressure this puts on Captain Terence O'Neill's leadership.

Duignan says that O'Neill is having great difficulty convincing his party that 'one man, one vote' should be granted. O'Neill has emphasised that he will resign if agreement is not met, yet faces strong opposition from within the Unionist Party.

Robert Porter has openly backed O'Neill and has also stated that unless it is granted, he will resign. It is anticipated that O'Neill will gain the support of Brian Faulkner and eventually 'one man, one vote' should be granted despite the current opposition.

The general feeling in Stormont seems to be that even if 'one man, one vote' is introduced, it will make little difference.