§ 21. Sir W. DAVISON
asked the Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs whether he is aware of the serious hardships which are being endured by ex-British civil servants in Southern Ireland, many of whom have been without salary or pension for several years notwithstanding the special rights conferred upon them by Article 10 of the Irish Treaty and the express guarantees of the British Government; and what action the Government propose to take in the matter?
§ Sir W. DAVISON
Are there not many cases of people previously with substantial salaries who have had neither employment, pay, nor pension for two and a half years, and does not the right hon. 8 Gentleman realise the terrible hardship which is entailed, many of the wives having to go out to work?