Foreign News: Irish Bill

Parliament returned to the Palace of Westminter to pass a bill to enable the Government to appoint a commissioner for Northern Ireland on the Irish Boundary Commission (TIME, Sept. 29). Parliament will adjourn after this business has been settled and will meet again Oct. 23.

The Parliamentary position of this bill was most obscure. The Conservatives, sympathetic and bound by promises to the Ulsterites (people of Northern Ireland), are certain to move rejection of the bill; but the Liberals have already intimated that they will support the Government which means that it...

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