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From the London End

From the London End
of her unprecedented experiment to control prices and incomes, more and more attention is being focussed on the organisation which was set up to ensure that wage and price increases do not get out...
WITH PARLIAMENT breaking up for the summer recess and Prime Minister Wilson going for his annual holiday in the Scilly Isles, the long summer season
nationalised fuel industries, which has been simmering for nearly a year, is now reaching boiling point. Basically the argument is about the effect on the coal industry of the nuclear energy...
second application to join the Common Market, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has decided to take no chances with the stability of Sterling and shows no signs of injecting a mild, inflationary dose...
 It was in fact the British representative of the Associated Chambers of Commerce who suggested forcefully that instead of schemes for compulsory export the Government should consider the...
Ripe for the Left "IF the Left was a serious force any more in British politics then the reaction to this Government'? policies could be measured in thousands of protest votes going to the...
The economic squeeze in Britain has triggered off the collapse of a number of investment banks which have attracted millions of pounds from unsuspecting investors who thought that their savings would...
Revolt at LSE A WAVE of protest from Britain's university students is gathering strength and may force a redefinition of the student's role in the University and in society. At the moment, unrest is...
Regional Feelings Prevail IN A remarkable analogy to recent trends in India, this week's "mini- election" in Britain has shown strong support for regionalism. The Wilson Government will now have to...
A Calculated Dose of Expansion ECONOMIC OBSERVERS in Britain are expecting a further small reduction in the Bank Rate in the near future following encouraging progress made in the long job of...
bright prospect is within reach in Kerala". Organiser, the spokesman for the Jan Sangh, atone of all party papers was in a great mood to crow. It was frankly delighted with reports in the English...
Some Response, Some Diversion MIDWAY through Soviet Prime Minister Kosygin's visit to London few people have any clear idea of what concrete results may emerge from it. Tantalising hints are being...
Africans there is not much enthus- iasm for this eviction; they feel that the real exploiters, the big business- men, have been let off. Whether the executive discretion will catch up with them is a...
Paltry Politics at the Top WILSON'S latest Government Reshuffle' is regarded here as more a tribute to the Prime Minister's sense of party tactics than his understanding of the long-term needs of...
Veering to the Right? THE YEAR END SEES Wilson's Government and the Prime Minister's personal standing still surprisingly intact. In spite of the "alarums and excursions" occasion- ed by the...
Has the Freeze Really Paid Off? THE INCREASE of
Britain and Europe The Second Round FOR THE SECOND TIME in four years the British government has made a public declaration of intent on Europe and will open "talks about talks" with interested...
of natural gas in the North Sea oft the east coast of Britain has thrown Britain's future energy policy into the melting pot and provoked a reappraisal of the Labour Party's sacred" institutions
reasonable balance between aggregate monetary flows and the availability of real goods and services, taking into account at the same time the need to provide adequate credit for certain priority...
In April 1965 the National Board for Prices and Incomes was set up, with Aubrey Jones, an ex-Conservative MP and Chairman of Staveley Industries Ltd, in the Chair.Since then the Board has published...
Figures published recently on the last bout of economic strains cannot cause the Government much optimism as September, the traditional time of maximum strain on sterling, approaches. Operations of...
As Ministers depart for their holidays, and stuffy August days shroud in obscurity the pernickety details of what politicians and newspapermen suppose Britain is, the mythology of crisis that the...
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