100 Years Ago – 23 February 1922

23 February 1922

A meeting of the Sinn Fein conference in Dublin agreed on a policy position on the Anglo-Irish Treaty which was that there should be no elections for three months and that the Constitution of the Free State should be submitted to the people.

A summons was issued by the Director of Public Prosecutions against Horatio Bottomley, the MP for Hackney South, for fraudulent behaviour.

The Genoa Conference was postponed from 8 March 1922 to either 15 or 23 March 1922.