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Nottingham Catholics See Their M.P.

A deputation consisting of the parish priests of Nottingham and district. the full Council of the Nottingham and District Council of the Nottingham C.P.E.A. and representatives of various Catholic societies, met Lieut.-Colonel Louis Gluckstein, M.P. for East Nottingham, in St. Barnabas Cathedral House, Nottingham, on Monday afternoon, when the case for the Catholic schools was put by the Chairman of the C.P.E.A.

Colonel Gllickstein, replying, took the view that the point at issue between the Catholic body and Mr. Butler had now become a financial one, and that no attack on the Catholic faith as such was made in the White Paper proposals. He advised compromise, and speaking as a Jew said that he was well aware that minorities -invariably suffered.

A MANIFESTO Signed by the President and others of the Nottingham C.P.E.A., a manifesto setting forth the Catholic point of view with regard to the White Paper has received great ,prominence in the Nottingham newspapers, The signatories express their appreciation of the fair and even generous manner in which the Local Education Authorities have administered the present Acts as regards the ten local Catholic elementary schools.




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