Brian Faulkner talks about how he would lessen tension in Northern Ireland if elected prime minister and his intention to carry on the reform measures commenced under Captain Terence O'Neill.

Faulkner says that people must be convinced of the government's fairness in order to have rule of law in Northern Ireland.

In response to criticisms made about him by Mr. Kirk, Faulkner says that he has always been of the view that "policies are of much greater importance than personalities". He also argues that his campaign has focused on policies.