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WELSH LIBERAL MEMBERS DECLARE…

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WELSH LIBERAL MEMBERS DECLARE WAR. The Liberal members for constituencies in Wales and Monmouthshire are determined to offer uncompromising and exhaustive opposi- tion to every stage of the Bill. No sooner was the Bill introduced than Mr. William Jones, M.P., handed in notice of his intention to move its rejection when it comes up for necond reading. But the resistance of the Welsh Liberal members will by no means stop there. At a meeting on Tuesday afternoon, which was presided over by Sir A. Thomas, as chairman of the party, it was also decided not only to oppose every part of the Bill in the Committee stage, and subsequently, but likewise, by way- of protest against its provisions, to take strong collective auction against every Government measure for the remainder of the session. The Welsh Liberal members declare that they have resolved at all hazards to sup- port and defend the action of the Welsh county councils against whom the Bill is mainly directed BISHOP OF ST. ASAPH'S BILL. The Bishop of St. Asaph intends, on Mon- day, May 9, to introduce in the Upper House his Bill with reference to the education ques- I tion in Wales. It is understood that the Bill will seek to give legal sanction to a settle- ment proceeding, so far as practicable, on the lines of what is known as the concordat. The Bill does not traverse the same ground as the Government measure brought in last night.

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