§ 50. Mr. MacCAW
asked whether, under Clause 1, Sub-section (2) of the Government of Ireland Bill, it would be possible for the British Parliament, on the Motion of any Member of that Parliament, to disallow any Act passed by the 'Irish Parliament; and, if so, would such Act in consequence become void and of no effect in Ireland?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
It will be possible for any Member to move an Address to His Majesty praying His Majesty to withhold the Royal Assent from any Act passed by the Irish Parliament. It will also be possible for the British Parliament, at the instance of any of its Members, to pass an Act overriding any Act passed by the Irish Parliament.