HC Deb 17 May 1916 vol 82 c1503
30. Mr. PERCY HARRIS (Leicester, Harborough)

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he has yet received particulars of the work done by the Irish Volunteer Training Corps at the rebellion on Easter Monday last; whether six men were killed and eleven wounded; whether they held Beggar's Bush Barracks for nine days; whether these men wore the green-grey uniform and the G.R. brassard similar to the English Volunteers; and whether the men who were on duty during those nine days will be paid and compensation given to the dependants of those killed and wounded in the same way as if they were Regular soldiers?


I have not yet received the information to enable me to answer this question.