§ 71. Mr. KEIR HARDIE
asked the Lord Advocate whether his attention had been drawn to the speech of the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Bootle in the St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow, on 21st May, wherein he said that the shooting of anti-Home Rule rebels in the North of Ireland by British soldiers was to exercise a tyranny as unjustifiable and cruel as had ever been seen in the world; and what action he proposed taking in the matter?
§ The LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. Ure)
I have considered the speech referred to by the hon. Member, but I am unable to find anything in it which calls for action on my part.