HC Deb 14 February 1887 vol 310 cc1395-6
DR. KENNY (Cork, S.)

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether a man named Denis Brennan, living near Bantry, County Cork, is under police protection; whether the police escort, whilst on protection duty with Brennan, use his (Brennan's) car for their conveyance; if Brennan is paid car hire for the use of his vehicle whilst so employed in his own protection; and, if so, will the practice of paying him be discontinued; and, if Brennan attended in Bantry a sale of cattle at the suit of "Alexander M'Carthy v. Timothy Downing" within the past three months, and received no molestation; and, if so, is a police escort still necessary?


Brennan was not paid for the use of his car for the purpose stated.