Foreign News: Labor and Society

Three prominent Labor members of Parliament (clad in black silk knee breeches), together with the King and Queen and a number of other distinguished guests were entertained at dinner by Viscount and Lady Astor. It is the first time that Labor has dined with Royalty at a private residence. The Labor members present were: J. R. Clynes, president of the National Union of General Workers and former Leader of the Labor Party in the House—possibly the strongest labor man in the country; J. H. Thomas, General Secretary of the National Union of Railwaymen;...

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