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Constabulary (Ireland) Compensation

Volume 154: debated on Friday 19 May 1922

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Committee to consider of authorising for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to make provision for the disband-

ment of the Royal Irish Constabulary and for other purposes incidental thereto the payment out of moneys provided by Parliament

  • (1) of compensation to officers and constables of the Royal Irish Constabulary who, since the twenty-fifth day of January, nineteen hundred and twenty-two, have been or who may hereafter be required to retire or discharged from that force:
  • (2) of pensions and gratuities to the widows and children of such officers and constables:
  • (3) and of terminable annuities to the National Del5t Commissioners in respect of the commutation of compensation allowances awarded to such officers and constables—(King's Recommendation signified)—Monday next—[Colonel Leslie Wilson].
  • The remaining Orders were read, and postponed.

    Whereupon Mr. SPEAKER adjourned the House, without Question put, pursuant to Standing Order No. 3.

    Adjourned at Twenty-seven Minutes after Four o'Clock till Monday (22nd May).