HC Deb 02 December 1920 vol 135 cc1418-9
47. Lieut.-Colonel DALRYMPLE WHITE

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, when he communicates to the Press the names of cadets of the auxiliary force, Royal Irish Canstabulary, or of men of the Royal Irish Constabulary murdered in the execution of their office, he will, as far as possible, in the case of those who served during the War abroad, give details of their war services, wounds, and decorations received, so that the country may appreciate the type of men who are being assassinated by the Irish republican army?


I am obliged to my hon. and gallant Friend for his suggestion, and shall see that it is carried out as far as possible.

Lieut.-Colonel WHITE

Will the right hon. Gentleman see that it is done in the case of men who belong to the Royal Irish Constabulary as well as in the case of the Auxiliaries?


Yes, Sir.