Auxiliary Police.

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland. – in the House of Commons on 16th February 1922.

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Colonel NEWMAN:


asked the Chief Secretary whether he is aware that the Inspector-General, Royal Irish Constabulary, was able to promise to demobilised members of the Auxiliary Division preferential treatment in the recruiting for the new police force which is being raised for service in Palestine, but that only single men of the Auxiliary Division are being taken; and, if married men agree to serve in this force without extra pay or emoluments of any sort, will he make representation to the recruiting authorities that preferential treatment shall also be accorded to them?