GREAT BRITAIN: Triumph of Pink

In their vast but cozy Palace of Westminster, the Lords and Commons resumed session (see col. 1) but their thoughts were not on the business of their Houses.

One third of all municipal Councilors in England and Wales are elected each year for a three-year term. Last week in 300 cities and towns voters marched to the polls. The seats they had packed with Conservatives in the "National Government" landslide of 1931 were now up for election. How would the pendulum swing? If it rebounded toward the...

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