§ 58. Mr. LYNN
asked the Prime Minister whether he is in a position to state when the Government intends to fulfil the pledge given to introduce an Education Bill for Ireland; and whether he is aware that the delay in introducing legislation is inflicting a grave injustice on 20,000 children in Belfast?
§ 63. Sir EDWARD CARSON
asked the Prime Minister when the promised Irish Education Bill will be introduced?
§ 64. Mr. DONALD
asked on what date it is proposed to introduce the Irish Education Bill, seeing that on the 26th June last the Right Hon. the Attorney- General for Ireland stated that the preparation of the Bill is being advanced as quickly as possible and it will be introduced shortly?
§ 65. Captain DIXON
asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware of the feeling of indignation in Belfast caused by the delay in introducing the Irish Education Bill; and whether he can now state on what date he intends to introduce it?
66. Mr. BURN
asked the Prime Minister if he is in a position to state when the Irish Education Bill, as promised, will be presented to Parliament?
§ Sir E. CARSON
Will the Bill deal with the salaries of the teachers and also with the education of the blind?
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
With regard to the education of the blind I said the other day I hope to deal with that subject in the Bill.