HC Deb 01 December 1955 vol 546 cc245-6W
111. Mr. Chichester-Clark

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations whether, in view of recent outrages in Northern Ireland, he will make further representations to the Eire Government to suppress the activities of the Irish Republican Army in respect of recruiting meetings, and the printing in certain newspapers of the names and addresses of recruiting agents and inflammatory articles.

Mr. Dodds-Parker

The Irish Republican Government have been left in no doubt as to our views as to the activities of the so-called I.R.A. I invite the attention of my hon. Friend to a speech made by Mr. Costello in the Dail last night.