GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament's Week: Mar. 10, 1930

The Commons: Cheered stalwart William Graham, President of the Board of Trade (equals "Secretary of Commerce"), when he collapsed from joy-shock at seeing his coal bill squeak through committee stage by nine votes, one more than the House gave it at second reading (TIME, Dec. 30). Friends carried out the collapsed President, sent him home for a stiff dose of sleep.

Cries of "You're no leader, resign!" were hurled at Mr. Lloyd George when eight of his Liberals sat, arms folded, refusing to vote with him against the coal bill, causing Liberal whip...

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