Tuesday, May 10, 2005


It is an interesting fact to me that in this Edwardian period or slightly after it the two men most prominent in public life ,both in the Liberal Party,of which I am a proud member(bring on the Elgar)said the following things:Asquith said after a visit there to see conditiond said "things are being done in Ireland"and he meant it in a negative sense.Lloyd George ,conversely,asked how much it would cost to reconolize Ireland.When told £40,000 he replied too much.
As Christopher Fry once said :"A man is two men really .He has a body and he has a soul,amongst his other troubles".So it was with Lloyd George and Asquith.Home Rule For Ireland!"/Troops Out!


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