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Munster Warehouse, Tralee

Volume 88: debated on Tuesday 19 December 1916

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asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland why the staff of the Munster Warehouse. Tralee, who are out on strike, were interfered with when only engaged in peaceful picketing, as they were entitled to do by law?

On the occasion to which the hon. Member refers the police considered that the strikers were not acting within the law, and warned them to this effect, and, I am told, they desisted from the action of which complaint was made.