Page 11, 28th October 1938

28th October 1938
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Page 11, 28th October 1938 — LONDON LABOUR DAILY BANNED For Advocacy of Contraception

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Locations: Dublin, London


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The Irish Censorship has banned the Daily Worker of London, for advocacy of " birth control," and the Sunday Pictorial and Lady's Companion on other grounds. The ban is for three months.

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