§ 48. Mr. LYNCH
asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that Arthur O'Donnell, the only prisoner arrested in 2873 West Clare in connection with the late rising, is detained at Lewes Prison, and that though he has not been informed of any charge against him he is treated as though he was a convict; and whether, in view of the fact that there were no disturbances of any kind throughout county Clare, he will consider it advisable that Arthur O'Donnell should be released?
§ 118. Mr. GRAHAM
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War if he will say what food is allowed daily to each of the Irish untried prisoners detained in Wands-worth Prison; whether he is aware that the prisoners state that they are half-starved and that the amount of food supplied daily is not sufficient for one meal; and, considering that many of the prisoners were not in any way connected with the recent revolt in Ireland, will he give instructions that they be as well treated as German prisoners of war?