Former MP, South Antrim
Is not it necessary for the police, and even also for the military forces, when required, to protect the Border, in view of the raids on Armagh and Omagh, followed by serious wounding of the garrison?
We discussed this question almost ad nauseam on Second Reading, when all the arguments we have heard tonight were fully answered. What the hon. Member for Fermanagh and South Tyrone (Mr. Healy) has said about the Duke of Abercorn was answered during the Second Reading debate, when I pointed out that, especially during the latter part of his governorship, the Duke of Abercorn was out of...
I was arguing that there is a difference between the money paid to our Ambassadors for their expenses and the money paid to the Governor of Northern Ireland. The Ambassadors do not have to account for their expenses, but those of the Governor of Northern Ireland are checked twice—once by the Home Secretary and again by the Treasury. If his expenses do not amount to£10,000 he does...
Former MP for South Antrim
Entered the House of Commons on 2 November 1940 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 6 May 1955 — General election
Also represented Queen's University of Belfast
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