100 Years Ago – 7 April 1922

7 April 1922

Sir George Younger, the MP for Ayr Burghs, slipped in the lobbies of the House of Commons whilst rushing for a vote. He was found unconscious, but was thought to be making a recovery after treatment and returning home.

The Criminal Procedure Bill passed its second reading in the Ulster Parliament.

Winston Churchill, speaking in Dundee, said that he was neither ashamed of the coalition Government, nor its policies.