BRITISH EMPIRE: Parliament's Week: May 21, 1928

The Commons:

¶ Received with approving cries of "Hear! Hear!" from members of all parties a statement by Foreign Secretary Sir Austen Chamberlain concerning the proposal of U. S. Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg that a treaty "renouncing war as an instrument of national policy" be signed among the U. S., Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Japan (TIME, April 30). Sir Austen said that the Dominions must be consulted before His Majesty's Government can formulate a reply, but that "it will be to the effect of our desire to cooperate in...

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