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L_r IRELAND. -0 1 Premier's No Se- cession Warning. PLAN OF HOME RULE The Premier announced in the House of Commons last night the plan of Home Rule by which the Government hope to secure Irish Peace. At the outset the Prime Minister made reference to the attempted ass- assination of Lord Frencfi, which he described as being not merely one of the cowardly, but one of the foolish in history. NO SECESSION. Then following a stern wa-riiing to the misguided friends of Ireland who bc- lieve that the way to complete freedom is by a campaign of terrorism. I say, in the face of Ireland's demands," said. Mr. Lloyd George, "that any attempt at secession will be fought out with the same determination, the same re- sources, and the seme resolve as the Northern States of America fought the Southern States. It is important that tlat should be known throughout the world and in Ireland THE PLAN. The brief outlines of the plan of Home Kule are: Self-Government f o be established over the whole of Ireland. Two Parliaments, one for the North and ciie for the South. Powers of tbe two Parliaments to in- clude, among other things;- Education. Law and Order. Labour Legislation. Local Judicial. Local Government. Municipal Affairs. liailways- Koads & Bridges. A Council of Ireland to be set up, elected by the two Legislatures, to form a ■«-onnecting link between the two parts of the country. Customs and Excise would be retained by the Imperial Parliament. Control of police retained for three years. These Legislatures to have power to create a single Irish Legislature to dis- darge all powers not speeificially re- served to the Imperial Parliament. Protection for the rights of minorities. Postal service not to be transferred until there is a single Parliament in Ire- All duties and taxes for the Irish Government except a fair contribution for Imperial services. Free gift in addition to financial de- I velopment I Irish contribution to Imperial services (estimated at £ 18,000,000 annually. Thy big taxes—income, excess, profits. and StI:e!' tax—would he levied Imperi- ally..

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