Third veto from House of Lords
Proposed exclusion of Antrim, Armagh, Down and Londonderry from Irish Parliament jurisdiction.
Protest against third Home Rule bill.
Edward Carson and James Craig establish Ulster Volunteer Force in January in attempt to keep violent forces of unionism under control.
Postponed after start of WW1 and never enacted, replaced by GOI Act 1920 partitioning Ireland.
Grant funded University education.
Northern Ireland receives same social benefits as rest of UK.
No change to state of Northern Ireland without consent of Parliament of Northern Ireland.
Trouble at Burntollet
January 30, British Paratroopers shot dead 13 people at civil rights march in Derry.
December 9, attempt to establish power-sharing Northern Ireland Executive and cross-border Council of Ireland
Bombings in Guildford, Woolwich, the M62 and Birmingham, 28 dead and hundreds injured.
August 27, additional killing of 18 British soldiers.
Formalised inter-state co-operation in conflict management.
10 Irish republican prisoners die
Remembrance Day Service in south of Ireland bombed.
Real IRA bombed town in County Tyrone in opposition to peace process, 29 killed and thousands wounded.
March 26 introduced, came to an end at Good Friday agreement but reintroduced for periods afterwards. Ended officially 2007.