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HOUSE OF COMMONS . IRISH LOYALISTS' CLADIS LONDON TRAFFIC BILLS

HOUSE OF COMMONS . IRISH LOYALISTS' CLADIS LONDON TRAFFIC BILLS

LOYALISTS . A BACK-BENCH " REVOLT . " The compensation to Irish Loyalists who suffered injury to property following the truce in Ireland was discussed in Committee of Supply . The DOMINIONS SECRETARY ( Mr Amery ) presented a , Supplementary Estimate for
20 February 1929 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE oovanismawrs CRITICS.

THE oovanismawrs CRITICS.

compensation to Irish loyalists v. Ear UMW. 1 who suffered injury to property following the W. I. v. Hallerabid Tows. truce in Ireland was adjourned, at the loaf/ ba played on stance of the Prime Minister, following by criticism of the Government by a
23 February 1929 - Smethwick Telephone - Warley, West Midlands, England
 
BROMSGROVE FARMER AND ANTHRAX.

BROMSGROVE FARMER AND ANTHRAX.

• supplementary estimate for A7b.000 for compensation to Irish loyalists who catered injury to property following the truce in Ireland included eritioisin of the Govern. meet by • number of enenlbers. Certain Minister'sllia. thous/ad to vote gamut the
23 February 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
DEFEAT SAVED Premier Intervenes i„ the Commons. TORY REVOLT. Faced a thrtai from earvaiiwaa «o defeat the ftavefmn**, question compensat

DEFEAT SAVED Premier Intervenes i„ the Commons. TORY REVOLT. Faced a thrtai from earvaiiwaa «o defeat the ftavefmn**, question compensat

the House ol Common* i , by a«reein* to withdraia the Cil),n w "' , posals tor further consideration * suffered injui truce in Ireland, t'ommittoe (Dominion* Seen ment*ry estimate He Mid that Govemmont pounds a* i 1.100. onMhii received. Altogi now been
20 February 1929 - Shields Daily Gazette - South Shields, Durham, England
 
UNIONIST M.P.s REVOLT

UNIONIST M.P.s REVOLT

a Supplementary Estimate for £70,000 for compensation to Irish loyalists who suffered injury to property following the truce Ireland. Mr Amery (Dominions Secretary) said in February last year the Government decided to allot a sum of £1,000,000 final settlement
20 February 1929 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MARCH 2, 1929. 'ARV NOTES. By E. W. SHEPPERSON. M.P. Tuesday. February 19th.—The third reading of the Local Government Bill

MARCH 2, 1929. 'ARV NOTES. By E. W. SHEPPERSON. M.P. Tuesday. February 19th.—The third reading of the Local Government Bill

supported by Major Ross, the newly-elected Member for Londonderry, who said that this debt, this obligation to the post-truce Loyalists of Ireland was a national one. The admission of this obligation had been expressed by everyone concerned. They could not pay
02 March 1929 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
JUSTICE FOR IRISH LOYALISTS. COL. GRETTON'S DEMAND PREMIER'S MOVE AVERTS DIVISION.

JUSTICE FOR IRISH LOYALISTS. COL. GRETTON'S DEMAND PREMIER'S MOVE AVERTS DIVISION.

Mr. Amery (Dominions Sec retary) for the compensation of Irish loyalists who suffered injury to property following the truce in Ireland. Mr. Amery who explained that a far larger number of claims had been sent in than we!. anticipated, said the new cases
21 February 1929 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
PREMIER’S MOVE.

PREMIER’S MOVE.

Mr. Amery (Dominions Secretary) for the compensation of Irish loyalists who suffered injury to property following the truce in Ireland. Mr. Amery, w ho explained that far larger number of claims had been sent in than was anticipated, said the new cases
20 February 1929 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMONS CRISIS.

COMMONS CRISIS.

Supply the House discussed the question of compensation to Irish loyalists who suffered injury to property, followin, the truce in Ireland. Mr. L. S. Amery (Dominions Secretary) presented a supplementary estimate for £70.000. and said that in February last
20 February 1929 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
St. SATURDAY, FEBRDABt 23, 1929.

St. SATURDAY, FEBRDABt 23, 1929.

occupied for part of yesterday’s sitting with tho claims of Irish Loyalists who suffered injury to property following the truce in Ireland. Major J. W. Hills (C., Ripon) reopened the subject with an inquiry as to whether the Premier could make any statement
23 February 1929 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England