HC Deb 28 July 1915 vol 73 c2254
65. Mr. LYNCH

asked the Minister of Munitions whether, in view of the necessity of accelerating the manufacture of munitions of war, he will consider the advisability of utilising fully the labour and handicraft available in Ireland, even to the extent of establishing workshops in districts where there has been little manufacture or none up to the present, but where labour may be readily obtained?


The whole question of the production of munitions of war in Ireland is receiving the fullest consideration and investigation at present on the spot, and it is hoped shortly to make a pronouncement.