HC Deb 21 March 1917 vol 91 c1901
47. Major HILLS

asked the Prime Minister whether he will give the House an opportunity of further discussing the Irish question; and whether such opportunity will be at an early date, and at any rate before the Easter adjournment?


Before the right hon. Gentleman answers that question, may I ask if the right hon. Gentleman is aware that the vast majority of loyal men in Ireland of all parties are now serving His Majesty outside this country, and their views are just as much concerned in any negotiations on the subject of Ireland as anybody else, and will he consider the advisability of calling upon all Irishmen, first of all, to get on with the War and then consider this question after wards?


The subject can be raised upon the Second Reading of the Consolidated Fund Bill.