GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament's Week: Aug. 12, 1935

The Lords & Commons:

¶ Adjourned until Oct. 29. Since the Prime Minister and Mrs. Baldwin will vacation in France, taking the waters of Aix-les-Bains as usual, Mr. Baldwin seemed to have decided last week against a general election in this Jubilee Year, was expected to go to the country next

Spring, though not compelled by statute to do so until the Autumn of 1936.

The Lords:

¶ Received the King's assent in traditional Norman French "Le Roy le veult!" ("The King so wills!") to the bill giving India a new federal form and...

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