§ Mr. VINCENT KENNEDY
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if he is aware that in Ireland there is no medical inspection in the schools, although most countries, including England, enjoy it; that in Hungary the schools are medically inspected three times annually; and that the Anti-Tuberculosis Bill will largely lose its value, and that portions (clause 122) of the Children Bill will be inoperative in Ireland; and will he see that Ireland derives at least as much benefit from this recent legislation as England will?
§ Mr. BIRRELL
I am unable to add anything to the reply given on my behalf by my right hon. Friend the Attorney-General for Ireland to a question asked by the hon. Member for South Down on the 26th February, 1908.