Foreign News Notes, Nov. 22, 1926

Occupants of a new block of municipal flats erected by the London County Council discovered upon moving in last week, that they can rent for sixpence a week (12c) a "garage" large enough to house the most portly "pram" (peram-bulator).

Britons viewed with disquiet, last week, the announcement that 43,029 more British workers were unemployed than the 1,516,171 who were jobless during the week previous. (Coal or other strikers are not included in these figures.) Southern Irishmen dwell under a government picturesquely and adroitly named The Irish Free State. They are vexed...

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