§ MR. TULLY
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he can state how many Members of Parliament are now in prison under hard labour sentences; what complaints as to their treatment have been made to the visiting justices, the governor, and the medical officer; and what modifications of the prison rules have been made in consequence of these complaints.
§ MR. WYNDHAM
One Member of Parliament, namely, the hon. Member for North Longford. He has made no complaints of the nature indicated, and no modifications of the prison rules have been made in consequence. Upon grounds of health, however, and on the recommendation of the medical officer, considerable relaxations in the rules have been made.