100 Years Ago – 2 June 1921

2 June 1921

A proposal to give MPs free rail passes from London to their constituencies was rejected following a vote in the House of Commons.

Talks began between coal mine owners and miners to directly resolve the strike situation, this time with Government intervention being rejected.

A soldier was killed and three others were injured following an ambush in Dublin.

Croom Court House, located in County Limerick, was destroyed by fire in an arson attack, with two bodies found in the charred ruins.