Foreign News: Labor and King

At a conference of the Independent Lubor Party the following recommendation was moved: "Labor members shall not accept the hospitality of political opponents for public dinners or society functions except when necessary for the leader of the party to met the King on State occasions."

A delegate pointed out that the King was not a political opponent and it was decided to delete the last phrase of the resolution stopping at the word "functions." The motion was then passed amid cheers and cries of "We thought revolution was knocking at our doors !"


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