No. 526 NAI DT S6164

Extract from minutes of a meeting of the Cabinet
(Cab. 5/50)

Dublin, 3 March 1931

Privy Council - Bill to Abolish Appeals

It was decided that the question of legislation for the abolition of appeals to the Privy Council should be considered at the next meeting of the Cabinet and that in the meantime the Attorney General should furnish, for circulation to Ministers, a copy of legislation which had already been prepared for this purpose.1

1 See No. 480.

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