HC Deb 16 August 1916 vol 85 c1856
80. Mr. WHITTY

asked why Mr. M'Grave and Mr. Hanratty, both of Dundalk, are still interned in Frongoch Camp, seeing that the other men arrested from there in exactly similar circumstances and under identical conditions have been released; and whether there will be a revision of the cases of these two men?


The Advisory Committee recommended that Thomas M'Grave and James Hanratty, both of Dundalk, should be retained in internment. I may say that they also recommended the retention in internment of other persons arrested at Dundalk besides these two. I cannot reopen these cases at the present time.