§ 20. Mr. GRAHAM
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, in the interest of the peace of King's County, he will instruct the Inspector-General of the Royal Irish Constabulary to make such changes in the headquarter staff at Tullamore as will ensure the confidence of the public in the impartial discharge of the police duties in the county?
§ 21. Mr. GRAHAM
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether his attention has been called to the comments of County Court Judge Drummant at the Quarter Sessions held in Tullamore last week when granting compensation for damage done by the mob at Tullamore on 21st March last, in respect of the action of the constabulary on the occasion; and whether he intends to take any action in the matter?
§ Mr. GRAHAM
Will not the right hon. Gentleman recognise that there is a grave want of confidence in the Headquarters Staff, and that, as a matter of fact, the people consider it is a public scandal?