§ Mr. GINNELL
asked the Prime Minister whether those imprisoned persons against 2922W whom, in their absence, vague charges, such as that of receiving German money, have been made before the Irish Commission of Inquiry, and in support of which charges no evidence was produced, are to be afforded any opportunity of vindicating their character in a public Civil Court where witnesses and evidence can be properly tested?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
No charge of receiving German money has been made, so far as I am aware, against any individual. Whether the organisation was supported by German money is a question for the Royal Commission. As regards the hearing of the cases of the interned prisoners, I would refer the hon. Member to the statement made yesterday.