HC Deb 07 April 1921 vol 140 cc429-30
21. Mr. MOSLEY

asked the Chief Secretary the number of members of the forces of the Crown in Ireland who have been arrested for offences against the criminal law since the 1st January last; how many have been brought to trial; what the results of the trials have been; how many remain in custody awaiting trial; the number of members of the forces of the Crown who have been killed and wounded respectively, and the number of civilians, men, women, and children, who have been killed and wounded in Ireland since 1st January last; whether the report of the military court of inquiry into the murders of Alderman Clancy and Councillor O'Callaghan, of Limerick, on the 7th March last, has yet been received; and, if so, what is the nature of the report?


A return giving the particulars asked for in the first and second part of the question is in course of preparation, and if the hon. Member will kindly repeat the question on Thursday of next week, I hope then to be able to furnish him with the desired information. In regard to the last part of the question, I would refer him to a reply I gave to the hon. Member for the Silvertown Division on the 24th ultimo.

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