Foreign News: Keep Off The Grass

When the potent Trades Union Congress, which represents 5,000,000 British workers, convened at Blackpool, Lancashire last week, loud demands were raised by militants for a new policy pledging Labor to cooperate no longer with Conservative Chamberlain's Cabinet in the big-paying job of Rearmament.

This year's T. U. C. president, militant Secretary Herbert H. Elvin of the National Union of Clerks, accused the Prime Minister of having allowed "the prestige of the British Empire to sink to its lowest level in the last 100 years."

"Ethiopia, China, Spain and British seamen have been sacrificed on the altar of national self-love!" continued President Elvin....

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