§ Mr. ALLEN PARKINSON
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, as he knew from secret information that attacks were to be made on military officers in Dublin, no steps were taken either to protect them or to require them to live in barracks?
§ Sir H. GREENWOOD
The hon. Member is mistaken in thinking that the Government had previous knowledge of the dastardly attack which was made upon British officers in Dublin on Sunday last. If such knowledge had been in the possession of the authorities, it is obvious that special counter measures would have been taken.