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Existing Situation

Volume 154: debated on Tuesday 30 May 1922

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(by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of Sate for the Colonies if he will make a statement to-day on the position of affairs in Ireland?

Does the right hon. Gentleman give a definite undertaking to make a statement to-morrow before the House rises?

My hon. and learned Friend has been too long a Member of the House not to know exactly what is the Parliamentary procedure on the Motion for the Adjournment.

The right hon. Gentleman has told us that we shall have a Debate. What is the good of the Debate without taking a vote?