HC Deb 17 July 1916 vol 84 c681W

asked the Home Secretary if he will allow Miss Ryan, Miss Kearney, and Miss Moloney, Irish prisoners now detained at Lewes Prison, to be tried by a judge and jury in open Court; and if he will allow them the ordinary facilities of defence granted to prisoners in every country in the civilised world?


These prisoners have had a full opportunity of stating their cases before the Advisory Committee, which is presided over by a judge of the High Court, and they had legal assistance beforehand.