Leaders of the British Labor Party had
been arguing about the best time for calling the general election,
which must be held before next July. Devaluation of the pound (see
INTERNATIONAL) settled it. The election would be held next spring, not
this fall. As one Labor Minister said this week: "When you have to
raise the price of bread, it is probably a good idea to give people
time to forget it"
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