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Ireland—Pay Of The Constabulary—Question

Volume 220: debated on Monday 6 July 1874

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asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, When he proposes to bring in the Bill relating to the pay of the Royal Irish Constabulary to continue the provisions of the Act of 1873; and, whether, before the introduction of such a Bill, he will take into consideration the claims of the officers, with the view to embody in it a clause regulating their pensions on the scale of pay existing at the time of their retirement from the force?

, in reply, said, a Notice stood on the Paper for the introduction of the Bill referred to that evening. He hoped it would contain a clause relating to pensions.