§ 70. Mr. DILLON
asked the Prime Minister whether he will give an opportunity for the discussion of the Motion in reference to the Irish political prisoners which stands in the name of the Member for East Mayo?—[" That the time has come when all untried prisoners detained in connection with the Irish insurrection should be released, and that all the Irish prisoners convicted of complicity in that insurrection should, in accordance with the modern practice of civilised States, be treated as political prisoners."]
§ The PRIME MINISTER
This matter was dealt with in the recent Debate, but if my hon. Friend wishes it I will endeavour to find time for a discussion of his Motion.
§ 95. Mr. KEATING
asked the Home Secretary if Daniel Donoghue, of Bandon, county Cork, now an interned prisoner at Frongoch, is suffering from sciatica; and, if so, will he be released immediately?
I am informed that Donoghue complains of slight rheumatism in the hip. He has received medical treatment at Frongoch from time to time for various minor ailments, but it has not been necessary to send him to hospital. The reply to the last part of the question is in the negative.