(British Commonwealth of Nations)
The results of the British general election (TIME, Oct. 13, et seq.) may fairly be said to have been a great surprise to all parties concerned and to the world at large. A Conservative victory had early appeared certain, but that it should have been the most crushing of any that the party has ever won, and the greatest since Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman rode into office on the tidal wave of 1906 with a majority of 356 seemed impossible.
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