Foreign News: Labor Conference

At venerable Gloucester, assembled a conference of the Independent Labor Party, which is the mother of the Parliamentary Labor Party headed by ex-Premier Ramsay MacDonald.

With the leaders fully convinced that, in 1929, the Labor Party will again score a heavy election victory, debate on whether the Party should or should not accept office with a minority in the House of Commons (as was the case with the last Government) assumed a seriousness out of proportion to the imminence of the subject. Ex-Premier MacDonald reserved his judgment. The extremist, John Wheatley, was of...

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