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A -GENERAL -ELECTION?

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A GENERAL ELECTION? SWEEPING MANDATE EXPECTED. The political correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says :-The situation is again re- garded in political circles as very seirious, and the decision of the Trades Union Con- gress ha.s again made a general election very probable. Most members of Parliament on Thursday night expressed themselves averse from an election, and it is a cilrious commentary on the Laboni- decision that all of them think tiiere is a vast majority in favour of com- pulsion. It is thought that the Govern- ment may take advantage of this knowledge > to obtain the sweeping mandate of the country and so dispose of the criticism to which' it is now being subjected. The Government will have to face the position j quickly, but no Cabinet has yet been sum- moned. There are known to be some members of the Government who already believe that a general election is not only inevitable W- j al so tbe best solution of the present diffi- culties.

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