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This is a comprehensive study of British policy towards Ireland in the 20 years following the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921. The Irish question did not vanish with the signing of the Treaty, and this study examines its continued importance in British politics after the Treaty, albeit under the surface. Drawing on recently released official documents, private papers, interviews and newspaper reports, the author has provided a detailed picture of opinion which determined British policy in the inter-war years. The book is intended for scholars and students of British and Irish political history and Anglo-Irish relations in the 20th century.