§ Mr. GINNELL
asked whether, in view of the announcement that the Secret Committee, consisting of six British members and one Irish, is now investigating Ireland's financial relations for the sole benefit of the Cabinet, if the Irish people, who are gravely concerned in this subject, appoint a Committee to investigate it for their own information, will their Committee be afforded the same facilities for doing so as are afforded to the Secret Committee?
§ The CHIEF SECRETARY for IRELAND (Mr. Birrell)
No information will be withheld by the Government from any persons seeking knowledge on the question referred to by the hon. Member.