22 NOVEMBER 1923
Stanley Baldwin, the Prime Minister, spoke in Reading that the Unionist programme was the only constructive programme offered to the country. He made specific reference to the Government’s agricultural policy.
Herbert Asquith condemned the proposed tariff policy of the Unionist Party.
David Lloyd George, the former Prime Minister, spoke in London and said that whenever the Conservative Party was in a dilemma, whenever it was doing badly, it saw a vision of dying industries.