Byrne, Alfred

Wednesday, 13 September 1922

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 1 No. 4

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Were we not promised a day to discuss the postal business? Twice yesterday I raised this and you told me from the Chair that Deputy O'Shannon had caught your eye, and had given notice to raise the qu...More Button

Neither the Minister for Home Affairs nor the Postmaster-General gave us any hope that efforts would be made to bring about a settlement of this dispute. I think that this dispute will eventually end...More Button

I shall be glad to show it to you if you contradict me or doubt that it is on the leaflet. It is here on Pamphlet No. 5, authorised by the Postal Workers' Committee. I am trying to put a fair view o...More Button

I can give evidence of where letters have not come in from England for the past four days. I do not want to indulge in any exaggeration, and I am putting the case simply as I believe it to be. In vi...More Button


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