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ULSTER'S POSITION. Possibilities of Irish Connpromise. SIR JAMES CRAIG'S VISIT. (By Our Political Correspondent.) The Cabinet met at the House

ULSTER'S POSITION. Possibilities of Irish Connpromise. SIR JAMES CRAIG'S VISIT. (By Our Political Correspondent.) The Cabinet met at the House

discussed. ' THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. Volley of Questions for Sir Hamar Greenwood. In the House of Commons, yesterday, the Chief Secretary was subjected to another bombardment of questions with reference to alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland. Mr. Ly
04 November 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.

QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.

(Chief Secretary for Ireland) was subjected to another bombardment of question with reference to alleged breathes of the truce in Ireland. Mr. Lynn (Co.U., Belfa>t. Woodvale) mentioned Sinn Fein military camps, and suggested the and military were not allowed
04 November 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
elided to express their views on the Government's policy through the medium of the ballot box. Further, Kt was stated

elided to express their views on the Government's policy through the medium of the ballot box. Further, Kt was stated

earnest desire of the Government," said the influential informant, " would be that during .the appeal to the country the truce in Ireland .would be maintained. Of course, if Sinn Fein take the initiative the Government will be compelled to act." Mr. Lloyd
01 November 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
IRISH QUESTIONS.

IRISH QUESTIONS.

was subjected another bombardment questions the House of Commons yesterday with reference to alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland. Mr. Lynn mentioned Sinn Fein military camps, and suggested the police and military were not allowed to take any steps
04 November 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DEFEAT OF THE CENSURE MOTION.

DEFEAT OF THE CENSURE MOTION.

Commons last night by 439 votes to 43. Mr. Lloyd George, who spoke for exactly an hour, first touched on breaches of the Truce in Ireland, and said the Government had received guarantees which he thought Sinn Fein was doing rts best carry out. They had evidence
01 November 1921 - Lancashire Evening Post - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DERBY CANINE SOCIETY SHOW.

DERBY CANINE SOCIETY SHOW.

were ably carried out Mr. F. Statham. Messrs. W. Graves. A. French, and J. Paulett acted stewards. VICAR REPTON AND THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. The Vicar Repton, writing in the November issue of the Parish Magazine, says: Daring this past month one or two events
04 November 1921 - Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DEB BY CANINE SOCIETY SHOW.

DEB BY CANINE SOCIETY SHOW.

ably carried out Mr. P. Statbam. Messrs, W. Graves, A. French, and J. Paulett acted as stewards. TICAR OF REPTON AND THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. The Vicar of Repton, writing in the November issue of the Parish Magazine, says: During this past month on© or two events
05 November 1921 - Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TWO MINISTERS IN TROUBLE

TWO MINISTERS IN TROUBLE

spared Ministers who overreach themselves . The Chief Secretary would never admit that there had been any breaches of the truce in Ireland . Camps of the Republican Army vrere said to be a breach of the truce , and as soon as attention was called to their
04 November 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Review of Parliament.

Review of Parliament.

were followed at intervals by other members of the party. • The Government had to face awkward questions regarding the truce in Ireland and the holding of Sinn Fein Courts to-day. The replies given by Mn, did so little to =Zs erities of the Ministry that
02 November 1921 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
"AN IMPROPER REMARK." Lord Cor7on's Arology in the Coalitions.

"AN IMPROPER REMARK." Lord Cor7on's Arology in the Coalitions.

Sir Hamar Greenwood haring answered a number of questions by the Unionist members, having reference to breaches of the truce in Ireland. Visonuig rzon enquirNl: How long are we to put up with this damned nonsense? (" Oh!" and " Order.") Mr. W. Thorne: That
07 November 1921 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England