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Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.

– in the House of Commons on .

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    Colonel NEWMAN: 6. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether his atten- tion has been called to a statement made before the Commission that is sitting to inquire into awards made by judges of...

  • Royal Irish Constabulary. (2 speeches)

    11. asked the Chief Secretary the number of officers and the number of constables of the Royal Irish Constabulary to be disbanded under the Constabulary (Ireland) Bill; the number of officers and...

  • Freemasons (Southern Ireland). (10 speeches)

    Colonel NEWMAN: 10. asked the Chief Secretary whether, having regard to the fact that the meetings and proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the Freemasons of Ireland were expressly protected under...

  • Stores (Transfer to Provisional Government). (4 speeches)

    24. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he can give an exact list of the stores so far handed over to the Provisional Government; and whether it is intended to hand over any...

  • Irish Regiments (Disbandment). (5 speeches)

    41. asked the Prime Minister whether, having regard to the grave danger to loyal soldiers who return to their homes in Ireland, he will postpone the disbanding of the Irish regiments until such...

  • Belfast Disturbances. (2 speeches)

    Can the Secretary of State for the Colonies give the House any information with regard to the state of affairs in Ulster?

  • Commercial Aviation. (5 speeches)

    12. asked the Secretary of Stale for Air the amount of money we are spending to extend commercial aviation in this country, and the comparison such expenditure bears to that in Germany and Russia?