Foreign News: Election Campaign

Parliament was opened and during its three-day session nothing of importance occurred, except the defeat of a vote of censure on the Government's domestic policy, moved by Ramsey MacDonald, the Laborite Leader of the Opposition, by 285 to 190 votes. Subsequently Mr. Lloyd George condemned the proposed dissolution as " ill-considered, precipitate, foolish." " Can lobsters, crayfish and crabs," he demanded in referring to the results of the Imperial Conference (TIME, Nov. 19), "bind the Empire by trade? It is a tinker's policy. The Government is going to the country with a tin...

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