46. Colonel CRAIG
asked the Prime Minister whether he will grant a day to discuss the Motion, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, standing in the name of the hon. Member for East Down?
The PRIME MINISTERS
am informed by the Lord Lieutenant that the language referred to must be read in conjunction with and qualified by the context. I do not think that I ought to comply with my hon. and gallant Friend's request.
§ Sir EDWARD CARSON
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman if we could be told what the context is that modifies it?
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that everybody understands the speech in the way in which it; is indicated on the Paper, and does he not think that any Coalition Government ought to give us a day for a discussion, seeing that they have given the Nationalist party one to-morrow?
§ Mr. DEVLIN
Is it not a fact that there is not a Coalition Government in Ireland, but a Unionist Government?