GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament's Week: Jul. 16, 1934

The Lords—

¶ Sat stonily through a great squirting of spleen at the Prime Minister by an old friend who left the Labor Party to follow Scot MacDonald but is now the bitterest foe of his National Government. Fired to fury by the repeal of the land tax which he as Chancellor of the Exchequer riveted on England's great hereditary landlords, self-made and landless Viscount Snowden of Ickornshaw sneered at the Prime Minister: "Once he gave me assurance in a tearful voice that the land tax would...

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