Foreign News: New Irish Crisis

For some time the Irish Free State has pressed for the 'delimitation of the boundary between its territory and that of Northern Ireland. The Irish Free

State Agreement Act of 1922 stipulated for the establishment of a Boundary Commission for this purpose (TIME, May 5). The Free State and British Governments were ready with their representatives, but Northern Ireland claimed she was not a party to the 1922 agreement, that the boundary had already been fixed by the Government of Ireland Act of 1920; she resolutely declined to be represented on the Commission....

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