We did not seek ideological confrontation.
When people are divided, the only solution is agreement.
That's the strategy that myself and my party have pursued and are pursuing.
If the word 'No' was removed from the English language, Ian Paisley would be speechless.
I never thought in terms of being a leader. I thought very simply in terms of helping people.
The violence had broken out in both sides, but our philosophy as a party was very, very clear.
Therefore they should come to the table and reach an agreement that would protect their identity.
I grew up in Derry, of course, and it was - Derry was the worst example of Northern Ireland's discrimination.
Before the arrival of the Credit Union, people who were from the poor background or a working class background couldn't borrow from banks.
I was grateful for the opportunity to make a difference. The political violence really started in 1970-1971. The political difficulties start a little bit beyond that.