GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament's Week: Aug. 13, 1934

The Lords and Commons—

¶Adjourned until Oct. 30 after mildly distressing revelations last week concerning plans for the celebration next May of the 25th anniversary of His Majesty's accession to the Throne.

Their Lordships learned from Viscount Hailsham, Secretary for War, that the Irish Free State has refused to send a delegation to the Jubilee (May 6). On May 24 President de Valera's bill to abolish the Free State Senate and pave the way for proclamation of an Irish Republic is scheduled to become law.

"It is His Majesty's wish that...

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