HC Deb 14 July 1909 vol 7 cc2029-30

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, in dealing with agrarian disputes and conflicts between the police and the people in Ireland, he would in future make inquiries from the representatives of the people, as well as from the paid representatives of the Government, before giving final decisions on such matters?


My right hon. Friend is always ready to consider any representations which the persons concerned may think it desirable to make to him in such matters, but he has obviously no power to call for information except from official sources.