BRITISH EMPIRE: Parliament's Week: Feb. 4, 1929

Parliament's Week

The Lords & Commons—

¶ Resumed their sessions last week, after enjoying the longest Christmas recess taken by Parliament.

¶ Were given to understand that Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin will petition the Crown to dissolve the House of Commons on May 24, and plans to hold a General Election on Thursday, June 13.

The Lords—

¶ Droned through a little perfunctory debate, during which several Peers of the Realm were observed to be reading the just-published memoirs of Viscount D'Ab ernon, who...

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