Items of Interest in the Election
Though it is a matter of minor importance, I must confess to a feeling of unholy glee at seeing that Winston Churchill failed again.
Frank Hodges, who assisted to defeat the railwaymen in 1921, is still climbing; he is now a Labour M.P.
Col. John Ward, a deserter from the Labour Party, put up as an Independent against a Labour candidate and just managed to squeeze in.
G. H. Roberts, Labour Party representative in the Coalition Government, put up as a Conservative but was ousted.
Victor Fisher, a onetime member of the Social Democratic Party and friend of H. M. Hyndman, put up as a Conservative and failed to get in.
J. A. Seddon was another Labour mislcader who put up as a Conservative and failed to get in.
Fellow workers, take note of the above and refrain from trusting in Leaders. Trust in yourselves in future and changes of policy by Leaders will work you no harm.