Murders.

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland. – in the House of Commons on 26th June 1922.

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Photo of Mr Winston Churchill Mr Winston Churchill , Dundee

I did not say anything of the sort. My right hon. Friend is taking one phrase out of one part of my speech, and applying it to a quite different set of circumstances—a proceeding far different from his usual standard in dealing with Parliamentary controversy. I said that if Ireland continued to degenerate into anarchy, it would 'be watched with the stony indifference of the world. By that, I meant, and was understood to mean, that there would be no sympathy for the Irish people in foreign countries if, having been given this splendid chance, they throw it away.