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CHALLENGE

CHALLENGE

MR. CHURCHILL'S speech, it was obvious yesterday, has deepened the split in the Socialist ranks and considerable political repercussion is expected. On all sides the Prime Minister's outline of a policy not only for the . present, but for a term of years in the future, is regard
March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Parliament talk, VT IF

Parliament talk, VT IF

The Government will re. view Service and civilian war injury pensions from time to time in the light of the cost of living figure and Will increase accordingly. SIR WALTER WOMERSLEY, Minister of Pensions, gave that pledge in the House of Commons yesterday after a debate which re
March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HALFPENNY RISE

HALFPENNY RISE

Electricity supply industry worker s, numbering about 83,000, a small section of them women, are to have a halfpenny more on their 4d. an hour war bonus They had asked for 11d. increase. The Industrial Court considering their claim has awarded the increase to date from the first
March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
10.45

10.45

JosePoote reosey strongly, add the vanilla essence. Taste for sweetening. Add the gelatine, stir well and store in a cool place. When it begins to set whisk as described for " Fluffs." Pf-TE DAILY MIRROR NOLNCEMENTS Page 7 an asset or a nauway ADVERTISERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS Page 7 W
March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
M.P. resigns job on firm's board

M.P. resigns job on firm's board

Mr. S. S. Hammersley, Conservative M.P. for East Willesden, chairman, and Mr. T. C. Guthrie and Mr. Robert Officer, who were appointed last July to strengthen the board of Messrs. David Brown (Huddersfield) Ltd., gear makers, have resigned.' Mr. Hammersley said last night that t
March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A-A SHRAPNEL SHREDS COUPLE'S NEW CLOTHES

A-A SHRAPNEL SHREDS COUPLE'S NEW CLOTHES

T WICE when Mr. Albert Harvey, aged 67, and his 66-year-old wife Florence have been out for a stroll on a South Coast promenade something has happened to them. A few months ago their home was damaged by bombs from hit-and-run raiders while they were out for their walk Yesterday
March 24, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Workers call war production unsatisfactory

Workers call war production unsatisfactory

BEFORE the recent tightening-up of the Government's policy in the production field, thousands of workers were conducting their own inquiry into the production effort in engineering shops. Their findings have now been published as a report by the Amalgam at ed Engineering Union.
April 12, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALLIES PLANNING PARACHUTE INVASION FROM CYPRUS, SAY RUNS

ALLIES PLANNING PARACHUTE INVASION FROM CYPRUS, SAY RUNS

BERLIN radio, quoting Istanbul reports, says that the Allies are planning an offensive from Cyprus and that parachutists are being trained there. "It is expected that . the forthcoming visit of General Wilson to Ankara might result in certain explanations," said the announcer. H
April 12, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NFS MAN FOUND FIRE WAS AT HIS OWN HOME

NFS MAN FOUND FIRE WAS AT HIS OWN HOME

Canvey Island (Essex) N.F.S. station received a fire call during the week-end. The appliances were rushed to the fire. When they got there one of the firemen, named Durrant, found that the tire was at his own residence. It was soon put out.
April 12, 1943 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England