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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
 
ULSTER CABINET FOR LONDON.

ULSTER CABINET FOR LONDON.

fully realise that, as do all my colleagues. A Breach of Manners. number of questions relating to alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland by| Sinn Feiners were put to the Chief Secretary. and Viscount Curzon expressed his dissatisfaction with what he considered
08 November 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EXPRESS AM) ADVERTISER, NOVEMbfcR 30, 1321.

EXPRESS AM) ADVERTISER, NOVEMbfcR 30, 1321.

favourable Germany. There seems still be 'an expectation that Mr. George may Washington. The idea teems to that the truce in Ireland may extended over the season peace and goodwill/' and that the British Premier may in a position to give the Washington
30 November 1921 - Burnley Express - Burnley, Lancashire, England
 
THE IRISH PEACE OUTLOOK.

THE IRISH PEACE OUTLOOK.

conference that any agreement arrived at would adhered to their followers said-.—l view with great concern the breaches tho truce in Ireland. They ore at onco taken through the machinery established for the purpose, and are satisfied that the representatives
11 November 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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
 
IMPERIAL-PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF COMMONS MONDAY , Novemeeb 7 .

IMPERIAL-PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF COMMONS MONDAY , Novemeeb 7 .

SECRETARY for IRELAND ( Sir H . Greenwood ) , having replied to a number of questions referring to alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland , Viscount CUR . Z 0 N asked . " How much longer have we to put up with this damned nonsense /?" ( Cries oi " Order /
08 November 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PARLIAMENTARY HABITS.

PARLIAMENTARY HABITS.

tlv« Hoxi*e of Commons yesterday. Sir H. Greenwood, h&nnK replied number of questions referring alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland, Viacount Cur son asked. How much longer have to put up with this damned (Cries <rf order.) Mr W. Thorne: Thio is from
08 November 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DAILY ECHO, Northairpton, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921. BEWARE op---" IMITATION. D R E A re N D O GI o

DAILY ECHO, Northairpton, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921. BEWARE op---" IMITATION. D R E A re N D O GI o

" Chronicle," is that there is a tacit understanding among the three parties to the Conference negotiations that the truce in Ireland is to be continued, despite the present deadlock. This, in turn, may lead to an adjournment of the Conference proceedings
29 November 1921 - Northampton Chronicle and Echo - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
SPENT FORCE OF CYCLONE.

SPENT FORCE OF CYCLONE.

simmering for a final fortnight, it must eventually boil over. If it does Mr. Lloyd George will endeavour to keep the truce alive in Ireland, and to maintain some semblance of further negotiations with `Minn Fein. People who know him well predict that he
10 November 1921 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, 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