Major Chichester-Clark, Minister for Agriculture, announces his resignation, claiming he is unable to accept the timing of the government's decision to introduce one man, one vote.

Chichester-Clark does not disagree with the principle of 'one man, one vote' but rather the timing of its introduction. He fears violence from militant Protestants and insists that Captain Terence O'Neill still has his support.

Ronnie Turner asks Chichester-Clark if he thinks his resignation will lead to even more reactions from militant protestants. Chichester-Clark argues that this was never his intention.