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MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN

CONTENTS.

The Industrial Atmosphere, [1]. Export Trade in 1926, [1]. Effect of General Strike

on the Trade Unions, [2]. Return to Normal Conditions, [2]. The Public and

Peace in Industry, [2]. Opposing Forces, [3]. Party Cleavages, [3]. Attitude

of Party Leaders, [3]. Anti-British Outbreak in China, [4]. Despatch of Troops

to Shanghai, [5]. Labour Protests, [5]. Mr. Chen's Protests, [6]. Labour Party

Demonstration, [6]. General Strike " Inquest," [7]. The Trade Unions and

Russia, [7]. Mr. Lloyd George and the Liberal Party, [8]. Formation of New

Liberal Council, [8]. Position of Mr. Lloyd George, [8]. The King's Speech, [9].

Criticism of Omissions, [9]. Government's Chinese Policy, [10]. Labour and the

Proposed Trade Union Bill, [10]. Criticism in the Lords, [11]. Labour Amend-

ment on China, [11, 12]. Foreign Secretary's Statement, [12]. Labour Amend-

ment on Trade Union Legislation, [13]. Sir J. Simon's Speech, [13]. Liberal

Amendment on Local Rates, [14]. Supplementary Estimates for Sugar Beet, [14].

For the Duke of York's Tour, [14]. For the Ministry of Pensions, etc., [14].

Relief Expenditure, [15]. Government's Pledge for Reforming the House of

Lords, [15]. Government's Refusal to Raise School Age, [16]. Conservative

"Die-Hards" and Trade Unions, [16]. Government and Coal-selling Agencies,

[16]. Note to Russia, [17]. Russian Reply, [17]. Debate in Parliament, [18].

Foreign Secretary's Statement, [18]. Die-Hard "Disappointment, [18]. Debate

in House of Lords, [19]. Sir A. Chamberlain's Statement at Geneva, [19]. Govern-

ment and Washington Hours Convention, [19]. Civil Service Estimates, [20].

Secretary for War's Statement, [20]. Territorial Force Bounty, [21]. Supple-

mentary Vote for Shanghai, [21]. Air Minister's Statement, [22]. Mr. Baldwin

on Accidents in the Air Force, [22]. Labour Proposal to Limit Air Armaments,

[23]. Navy Estimates Debate, [23]. The Lords and Economy, [24]. Change in

King's Title, [24]. Home Secretary and Socialist Sunday Schools, [25]. The

Blanesburgh Report, [25]. Government Subvention for Thames Bridges, [25].

Cinematograph Films Bill introduced, [25, 26]. Government and Emigration,

[26]. British Draft Convention on Disarmament, [26]. Labour and the Death

Penalty in the Army, [27]. Progress in Secondary Education, [27]. Government

and Agriculture, [27]. Labour Attack on Minister of Health, [28]. Reconciliation

between British and Russian Trade Unions, [28]. Government and Electoral

Reform, [28]. Debate on Unemployment, [29]. The Nanking Outrages, [29].

Government Determination to Exact Reparations, [30]. Debate in the Commons,

[30]. Lord Birkenhead's Statement on India, [31]. Text of Trade Union Bill,

[31]. Labour Preparations for Opposing it, [31, 32].

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The Deficit, [32]. Deputations to the Chancellor, [32]. Mr. Churchill's Budget Speech,

[32]. Effects of Last Year's Strikes, [33]. Analysis of Budget, [34]. Sinking

Fund, [35]. Sources of Revenue, [35]. Reception of Budget, [36]. Votes for

Women at 21, [36]. The I.L.P. and Mr. MacDonald, [37]. Debate on Budget,

[37]. New Safeguarding Duties, [37]. Trade Union Bill Campaign, [38]. Atti-

tude of T.U.C., [38]. Defeat of Left Wing" Proposal, [39]. Labour and the

Blanesburgh Report, [39]. Developments in China, [40]. Britain and the Treaty

of Tirana, [40]. Mr. Churchill and Mr. Mellon, [41]. Attorney-General introduces

the Trade Union Bill, [41]. The Debate, [42]. Speeches of Mr. Spencer, [43].

Sir J. Simon, [43]. Mr. Baldwin, [44]. Mr. Snowden, [44]. Mr. Lloyd George,

[45]. The Voting, [45]. Commencement of Committee Stage, [45]. The Arcos

Raid, [45, 46]. M. Rosengolsz's Protest, [46]. Home Secretary's Statement, [46].

Russian Note, [47]. Premier's Statement, [47]. Labour Attitude, [48].

M. Rosengolsz's Denials, [48]. Labour Demand for an Enquiry, [49]. Sir A.

Chamberlain's Defence, [49]. Mr. Lloyd George's Appeal, [50]. Government's

Decision Approved, [50]. Cancelling of Trade Agreement, [50]. Departure of

M. Rosengolsz, [51]. Lord Balfour on Russia, [51]. The Anglo-Russian Com-

mittee, [51]. Colonial Conference, [52]. Visit of French President, [52]. British

and American War Claims, [52]. Friction with Egypt, [53]. Guillotine" for

Trade Union Bill Discussion, [53]. Labour "Walk Out," [54]. Discussion of

Amendments, [54, 55]. Mr. Churchill on Civil Service Trade Unions, [56]. Con-

servative Amendment, [56]. Government Rejection, [57]. Local Audit Bill.

[57]. Washington Hours Convention, [57]. Liberal Successes at By-Elections,

[58]. The Liberal Revival, [58]. Sir H. Samuel as Chairman of the Party

Organisation, [59]. Mr. Lloyd George's Popularity, [59]. Labour and the

Co-operative Movement, [60]. Government's House of Lords Proposals, [60].

Reception by the Peers, [61]. Liberal and Labour Opposition, [61]. Conserva-

tive Opposition, [61]. Mr. MacDonald's Speech, [62]. Premier's Reply, [62].

Mr. Buchan's Speech, [63]. Shelving of Proposals, [63]. Peers' Protest, [64].

Third Reading of the Trade Union Bill, [64]. Passed by House of Lords, [65].

Trade Union Protests, [65]. Liberal Reunion, [65]. Government and the Gold

Standard, [66]. Housing Situation, [66]. Conservative Attack on Finance Bill,

[66]. Road Fund and Betting Tax, [67]. Earl Winterton on India, [67]. Debate

on Foreign Affairs, [68]. On the Coal Situation, [68]. Home Secretary and

Aliens, [69]. Conservatives and Super-Tax, [69]. Criticism of Safeguarding

Duties, [69]. Scottish Members and Act of Union, [70]. Self-Government in East

Africa, [70]. Scotch Herring Fishing Industry, [70]. Britain and the Inter-

national Economic Conference, [71]. Finance Bill Passed, [71]. Debate on State

of Trade, [72]. The School-Leaving Age, [72]. The Unemployment Position:

Government View, [73]. Parliament Adjourned, [73]. Mr. Baldwin on Agricul-

ture, [74]. Anger of National Farmers' Union, [74]. Plight of Coal-Mining

Industry, [75]. Miners' Federation Conference: Executive's Report, [75]. Mr.

Smith's Speech, [76]. The "Left Wing" Section, [76]. British Policy towards

China and Russia, [77]. Moves for a Liberal-Labour Rapprochement, [77]. Sir

H. Samuel on Liberal Industrial Policy, [77]. Mr. Lloyd George on the same, [78].

CHAPTER III.

THE GENEVA NAVAL CONFERENCE.

Position of the Government, [107]. Programme for the Session, [107]. Announcement

of Indian Commission, [107]. Amendment of Indian Reforms Act, [108]. Lord

Birkenhead's Statement, [108]. Debate in the Commons, [109]. Labour and the

Commission, [109]. Prime Minister's Speech, [110]. Opposition to the Unem-

ployment Bill, [110]. Minister of Labour's Speech, [111]. Labour and the Bill,

[111]. Conservative Criticism, [112]. Government Reply, [112]. Government

Amendment, [112]. The Bill in Committee, [113]. Third Reading, [113]. Cele-

bration of Armistice Day, [114]. Miners' Deputation to Minister of Labour, [114].

Labour Vote of Censure, [114]. Sir P. Cunliffe-Lister Shouted Down, [115].

Mr. Baldwin's Silence, [115]. Vote of Censure, [116]. Sir P. Cunliffe-Lister's

Speech, [116]. Government and Disarmament, [117]. Lord Cecil on his Resigna-

tion, [117, 118]. Lord Balfour's Reply, [118]. Films Bill, [118]. Landlord and

Tenant Bill, [119]. War Office and Surrey Downs, [119]. Commons Debate on

Disarmament, [119, 120]. Britain and Russian Disarmament Proposal, [120].

Sir A. Chamberlain's Interview with M. Litvinoff, [120]. Mr. MacDonald's Health,

[121]. Mr. Snowden and the Surtax, [121]. The Rumanian-Hungarian Dispute,

[121]. The Prayer Book Measure, [122]. Protestant Opposition, [122]. Debate

in the Lords, [122, 123]. In the Commons, [123]. Archbishop of Canterbury's

Statement, [124]. Supplementary Estimates for Shanghai and Sugar Beet, [124].

Labour Party and Unemployment, [125]. Plight of Agriculture, [125]. House of

Commons Standing Orders, [126]. Bills in House of Lords, [126]. King's Speech,

[126]. Deputation on Greyhound Racing, [126]. Mr. Ponsonby's Peace Letter,

[127]. Sir A. Mond's Industrial Peace Move, [127]. T.U.C. Acceptance, [127].

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