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SIT: BASIL THOMSON.

SIT: BASIL THOMSON.

EXPLETIVE. Sir Hamar Greenwood. having answered a number of questions by Unionist members referring to breaches of the truce in Ireland, Viscount Curson inquired: " Row long are we to put up with thir damned nonsense" (' Oh " and 'Order.' Mr. W. Thorne:
08 November 1921 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
The @rosettes et the ?roes.

The @rosettes et the ?roes.

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11 November 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
MINISTERS CANCEL ENGAGEMENTS

MINISTERS CANCEL ENGAGEMENTS

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11 November 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A REPUDIATED POLICY,

A REPUDIATED POLICY,

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01 November 1921 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A QUESTION TO THE PREMIER.

A QUESTION TO THE PREMIER.

malcontents, one of whom, Colonel Page Croft, sternly 'ensured by the Speaker. Dealing with alleged biesobes. of the truce in Ireland, he said that every case that had been reported to the Government was taken up with the Sinn Fein delegates. •They have
01 November 1921 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
SERIOUS SITUATION DEVELOPS.

SERIOUS SITUATION DEVELOPS.

end the truce. " The desire of the Government," said an informant, would be that during the apnea to the country the truce in Ireland Shwa be maintained. Of comes, if Sinn Bens takes the init.:alive, the Government would be compelled to act." This mornings
01 November 1921 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
" ntELANI > SICK OF STRIFE . "

" ntELANI > SICK OF STRIFE . "

say one word which would stir up bitterness or to awaken passions -which , fpr tho moment , were laid to sleep- by the truce . " Ireland at large" ho declared , " is sick of strifeand dreads a renewal of tho appeal to force . " ¦ . CORK CORPORATION AND INTERNEip
22 November 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
UNITY OF IRELAND.

UNITY OF IRELAND.

was subjected another bombardment questions in the House oi;' Commons yesterday with refu-ence alleged breaches of the truce in Ireland. Mr. Lynn mentioned Sinn Fein military camps, and suggested police and military were not allowed to take any steps regard
04 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
RIGHTS OF ULSTER. PREMIER DECLINES TO • REPLY TO M.P.'S.

RIGHTS OF ULSTER. PREMIER DECLINES TO • REPLY TO M.P.'S.

last night, is that the number of questions referring to alleged Prospect Is serious in the extreme.' breaches of the truce in Ireland, iscount Curzon naked how much longer The Irish view is that the British were we to put up with " this damned eminent
08 November 1921 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland