100 Years Ago

NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO : 10 October 1923

10 OCTOBER 1923

The British Government offered to the Dominions at the Imperial Economic Conference a number of important concessions in the matter of Imperial Preference, affecting preserved fruit, canned fruit, sugar and tobacco.

The Insurance Act Committee of the British Medical Association have rejected the proposals of the Ministry of Health with regard to the capitation fees to be paid to doctors under the Insurance Act.

The “menace” to Protestantism in Scotland caused by the large immigration of Roman Catholics from Ireland was discussed at the Scottish Protestant Congress.