THE GOVERNMENT'S PROPOSALS.
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(Por Press, Association —Copyright.)
LONDON, March 10
In the Route - of Commons Mr i .Asquith said that personally he had spent a great deal of labour in trying to devise a settlement on the lines of Homo rule'within Home Rule, but it pleased no one. Kxolusion was only proposed as the price of peace and an expedient to pave the way to a final ' settlement. The Irish Executive would have no right •of entry into Ulster. The Imperial Minister, who answered for the Irish Parliaments also would
be responsible for' Ulster. There would be no difficulty in factory or workshop , administration, while education and
local government could be dealt witj-
by the creation, of local authorities. There would - be no difficulty regarding police or land purchase, as these were included in services reserved to the Imperial Parliament. '
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THE GOVERNMENT'S PROPOSALS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914
THE GOVERNMENT'S PROPOSALS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914
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