§ 34. Mr. LAWSON
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland what means of transport are at present in use for the supply of foodstuffs to Western Donegal?
§ The SOLICITOR- GENERAL for IRELAND (Mr. T. W. Brown)
The suspension of certain sailings between Londonderry and Donegal was explained by my right hon. Friend the Attorney-General in reply to a question by the hon. Member for Rothwell (Mr. Lunn) on 20th June. I have no evidence of distress in any part of Donegal, but if there is a shortage of any class of foodstuff, the inhabitants have the remedy in their own hands, since the normal method of transport is by road and rail, and this method can be restored with the good-will of the inhabitants at any time.