§ 58. Mr. NEWMAN
asked the Prime Minister whether he has now been afforded the opportunity of considering the reception given to the Government proposals to amend the Government of Ireland Bill in Ireland itself; and whether, in the resumed Debate on the Second Reading of the measure, they are to be considered as being still in existence?
§ 59. Mr. NEWMAN
asked whether the Government have, since the adjournment of the Debate on the Second Reading of the Government of Ireland Bill, come to any decision, and, if so, what, with regard to the alterations dealing with Customs and Excise and the Post Office, made necessary by the amendments to the Bill recently put forward?
§ 65. Mr. DAVID MASON
asked the Prime Minister whether, with a view to an amicable settlement of the Irish question. His Majesty's Government will appoint a Committee of this House, composed of men of all parties, to draw up and report to the House of Commons a scheme for the purpose of settling the points now in dispute?