100 Years Ago

NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO : 6 November 1923


The Chancellor of the Exchequer, speaking in Leeds, criticised the position of the Labour party with regards to the new fiscal policy.

It was reported in the United States that Great Britain, Italy and Belgium had reached agreement in favour of a free and full inquiry regarding reparations by a Committee of Experts.

In the first of the polls under the Scottish (Temperance) Act, Falkirk voted for ‘no change’.