HC Deb 22 March 1917 vol 91 cc2038-9
17. Major NEWMAN

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he is aware that breaches of the Regulations made under the Defence of the Realm Acts which are applicable to Great Britain, but from which Ireland is exempted, have been committed through ignorance by persons coming from Ireland to Great Britain; and will the Irish Government take steps to have a pamphlet printed and exposed for sale setting out the more important Regulations dealing with compulsory enlistment, treating, consumption of liquor, veiling of lights, etc., which are not applicable to Ireland, but are enforced in this country?


I have had no complaints of the kind suggested. I do not think there is any real demand for such a publication as the hon. and gallant Member suggests.