HC Deb 23 March 1920 vol 127 c380

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That this House do now adjourn."—[Colonel Sir R. Sanders.]

Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY

Can the Government give us any other information about events in Dublin within the last 24 hours? It has disturbed the minds of a good many people in the country and certainly in the House.

Lord E. TALBOT (Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury)

I am sorry to say I have no further information beyond that which was given this afternoon.

Captain W. BENN

Is it intended to take any of these matters which have been postponed to-day till to-morrow after the Consolidated Fund Bill?


We cannot without suspending the 11 o'clock Rule.


I beg to give notice to the Noble Lord that I will raise at Question time to-morrow the events in Dublin to which allusion has been made by my hon. and gallant Friend. I quite understand that the Noble Lord has no further information now and I hope he will have information by to-morrow.

Adjourned accordingly at Three Minutes before Eleven of the Clock.