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LABOUR IN PARLIAMENT.

IIN MEMORY OF MINER HEROES.…

YSTRADGYNLAIS COUNCIL. Ii

PREMIER and SURFACE WORKER.

SENGHENYDD SENSATAION.

NATION'S LAWYERS AND STUDENTS…

LABOUR IN PARLIAMENT.

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(Continued from preceding rolumn). little short of a scandal. The tribunal which has been appointed to inquire into the conduct of the police and the way in which the inquiry has been con- ducted are worse than a farce. Every witness against the police has been browbeaten and not a member of the committee of inquiry has protested. The court has been packed with policemen to keep the public out, and no attempt has been made to secure the adequate cross-examination of the police witnes- ses. CRITICAL FOR LABOUR MEN. I "As to other matters tne party will settle these at its meeting on Monday. I should imagine it will put the feeding of school children, at any rate during times when schools are not open, in that place in its programme where Bills are found which are to be carried into law during the session. "Generally the pitfalls which will be placed in the way of the Labour Party during the year will be more numerous and more fatal than usual simply be- cause, every reactionary brain in the House of Commons realises that this is the most critical session which it has been called upon to go through. We shall require all our wits about us and all the solid common-sense of the dele- I gates who attended the Glasgow Con- ference to prevent ourselves being used as pawns in other people's games."