§ MR. HARRINGTON
asked Mr. Solicitor General for Ireland, Whether the Irish Executive have yet determined the course they are to pursue with regard to Colonel Digby, J.P.; and, if the delay is attributable to the desire of the Crown officials to receive Colonel Digby's own explanation of the conduct alleged against him?
§ THE SOLICITOR GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. WALKER)
My right hon. and learned Friend the Attorney General for Ireland (Mr. Naish), who has only just returned to Dublin, informs me by telegraph that he will give his decision with regard to this case on Monday. There is no ground for the suggestion in the second part of the Question. Colonel Digby's explanation was received some time ago, and was made without any undue delay.