Page 8, 10th July 1936

10th July 1936
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The Chamberlain Centenary

Few of those who read of the centenary celebrations held at Birmingham on Wednesday will have thought of Joseph Chamberlain as anything but the Imperialist who took up tariff......

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First Aid For Farmers Perhaps the boldest approximation to Joseph Chamberlain's food policy recorded to date is the measure announced by Mr. Walter Elliot on Monday. Complex......

" Artificial " Food Production

It is less satisfying that Mr. Elliot should have added that it would not be allowed to encourage " an artificial expansion of the home industry." The intention sounds admirable......

Sanctions Against Both Sides ?

Lord Howard of Penrith made a good point in a letter to The Times last Friday, when he pointed out the practical difficulties that may hinder or delay a right judgement as to......

In A Few Words

Flying the Royal Standard The flying of the royal standard on the King's residence, whether the King be there in person or not, is an older custom than flying it only when the......

First Thoughts By Michael

Miss Sales Appeal The editor of a serious weekly was explaining to the new sales manager tit( character and ideals of the paper. The sales manager interrupted him. " What is......