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|a. A Council of Ireland was also envisaged with "a view to the eventual establishment of a Parliament for the whole of Ireland"。|
- Statutory Rules & Orders published by authority, 1921 (No. 533). Additional source for 3 May 1921 date: Alvin Jackson, Home Rule - An Irish History, Oxford University Press, 2004, p198; Southern Ireland did not become a state (or pejoratively, a statelet). Its constitutional roots remained the Act of Union, two complementary Acts, one passed by the Parliament of Great Britain, the other by the Parliament of Ireland.