HC Deb 22 December 1919 vol 123 cc1015-6
83. Sir F. HALL

asked the Prime Minister whether the settlement of the Irish question, for which the Government had made provision, had been submitted to and agreed to by the parties who were represented on the Convention; and, if not, whether it was the intention of the Government to obtain the acceptance of their proposals by the parties representing the principal sections of the Irish people before introducing the new Bill, in view of the importance of reserving the time of Parliament for the consideration of measures that had a prospect of becoming law?


Perhaps my hon. and gallant Friend will await the Prime Minister's statement on this subject.

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