HC Deb 23 February 1885 vol 294 cc1040-1

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether Mr. Jenkinson still retains a position in connection with the Criminal Investigation Department in Dublin; and, if so, what duties does he perform, how often does he go to Ireland, and what is the salary attached to his Irish office?


Mr. Jenkinson retains his position under the Irish Government. He is at present temporarily in England for the purpose of discharging duties connected with the detection of treasonable conspiracy and outrages affecting both Great Britain and Ireland. He goes to Ireland as his duties may require. The salary attached to his appointment is £1,500, with a house allowance of £200.


Whenever this gentleman's salary comes up to be voted, we shall try whether we cannot retain his valuable services in England alone.