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Royal Irish Constabulary (Pensions)

Volume 155: debated on Tuesday 20 June 1922

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asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if money for payment of pensions of retired members of the Royal Irish Constabulary, or any part of the money, has been handed over to the Provisional Government of Southern Ireland; and, if so, what guarantees has the British Government that the payments due on account of pensions are made fully and punctually?

All pensions payable to retired or disbanded members of the Royal Irish Constabulary will continue to be paid from Imperial funds. The answer to the first part of the question, therefore, is in the negative, and the second part does not arise.