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SOUTH WALES MINERS AND COMPULSION.

THE VOTING.

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THE VOTING. The way in which the delegates voted ia interesting. On the general principle as to whether the Gevernmant Bill should be opposed a resolution was carried by a decisive majority, the voting on the resolution of pretest against the Bill be- ing as follows :— In favour. 211 Against 35 Majority 176 It was than proposed that in order to give effect to that resolution the con- ference should declare in favour of a "down tools" policy. On this issue the voting was as fcllows In favour 163 Against. 83 1\1ajori!y. 80 Incn came the voting on the question of whether a strike policy should be im- mediately resorted to, and a ?colution was propos"d that the declaration of a strike shouJd be subject to a ballot being taken of the whole of the coalfields in the Lnited Kingdom. On this matter the vot- ing was :— J In favour 127 Against. 109 Majority 18 THE M.F.G.B. AGAINST THE COM- PULSION BILL. The Miners' Conference on Thursday in London decided to accept the dis- tricts report which shows an overwhelm- ing majority against the Military Service Bill, and to call a further conference to consider future action in the event of the Bill being passed. .-———— 410

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