100 Years Ago – 25 January 1921

25 January 2021

Insurance companies who faced financial liabilities from the damage done by Sinn Fein in Liverpool confirmed that they would pay out claims, but would seek to try and recover the costs from the Government or the Liverpool Corporation. The expected cost of the claims was £1 million and the insurance companies repeated that they did not consider themselves financially liable and might not pay out again under similar circumstances.

An army sergeant and private were killed in an ambush at Glencoole Hill in County Tipperary, with eight others injured.

The National Union of Fishermen have confirmed that they were planning to issue strike notices to their members.