GREAT BRITAIN: Parliament's Week: Nov. 26, 1934

The Lords & Commons:

¶ Were prorogued by His Majesty with a Speech from the Throne, prior to his Speech from the Throne opening Parliament again this week for the winter session. Said Proroguer George V, after recording "profound shock" at the assassinations of Austrian Chancellor Dollfuss and Yugoslav King Alexander: "The continued improvement of trade and employment among my people gives me great satisfaction."

The Lords:

¶ Passed on final reading the "Pacifist Muzzier" or Sedition Bill (TIME, Nov. 19).

¶ Passed on final reading the Betting and Lotteries Bill, legalizing petty...

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