British Commonwealth of Nations: Coal Strike Keynotes

1,106,200. A report issued last week by the Ministry of Labor placed the number of miners unemployed as a result of the continued British coal strike (TIME, May 10 et seq.) at 1,106,200.

3½ Hours. The expectantly awaited informal miner-owner conference (TIME, June 14) assembled in London last week. In 3½ hours it reached a state of complete deadlock on all points, adjourned amid recriminations.

Stiff Protest. Goaded by Tory ire, the Baldwin Government addressed a stiff protest to the authorities at Moscow last week complaining that the...

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