HC Deb 03 July 1918 vol 107 c1728
96. Mr. KING

asked the Home Secretary whether interned Irish prisoners now in British gaols have been allowed to receive and read the Official Parliamentary Report of the House of Commons on 25th June; and, if so, whether any excisions or obliterations have been made to prevent them reading the whole of the Debate on Irish affairs?


A copy of the Report was received at one prison for an interned Irish prisoner. This was handed to the addressee, nothing being cut out or obliterated.