HC Deb 16 November 1911 vol 31 c502

asked why the Local Government Board are not sending down an inspector to hold an inquiry under the Labourers Acts at Groom, county Limerick, although having been repeatedly asked to do so by the local authority; and will steps be taken to have the wishes of the people carried out?


There are eighty-five schemes to be inquired into. They must be taken in turn, and priority is determined according to the principle explained in the answer to the hon. Member's similar question yesterday.