Foreign News: In Ireland

Although Northern Ireland has a Parliament of its own, it continues to send 13 members to the Parliament at Westminster.

In the election of 1921 Eamon de Valera, Anglophobe Republican was elected a member of the Belfast Parliament for County Down. He never took his seat; and the Government took the step of denying him entrance to any of the border counties.

When the general elections for the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland were announced, Mr. de Valera said he would enter the county to speak in...

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