British Commonwealth of Nations: Political Dialectics


(British Commonwealth of Nations)

The past week's political action in Great Britain was largely taken up by an Asquith-MacDonald dispute, which was of a constitutional and hypothetical nature.

About three weeks ago ex-Premier Herbert H. Asquith, now leader of the united Liberal Party, made a speech to the National Liberal Club in London. He said, among other things, that Labor would succeed the Conservatives, and that after a few months Labor would be defeated and the King would call upon the Liberal Party to form a new Government and would not dissolve...

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