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M.P. AND VICE IN FORCES LABOUR M.P. for West Ham North, Mr. Arthur Lewis, is to ask in the Commons

M.P. AND VICE IN FORCES LABOUR M.P. for West Ham North, Mr. Arthur Lewis, is to ask in the Commons

next Tuesday for legislation to permit a National Serviceman to claim exemption from service on conscientious grounds when he "has grounds to believe he may be liable to corruption from the practice of homosexuality in the Armed Forces."
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, January 2?. 1954 PAGE 1.

DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, January 2?. 1954 PAGE 1.

January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
His Answer

His Answer

Does he understand that men with )ured skins are no longer content to be .d indefinitely by men with white skins because their skins are white ? e can't understand the driving forces tca and Asia today—the nationalism, the d hunger, the passion in the hearts of, control their ow
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE ASKS TO BEATS U.S.

HE ASKS TO BEATS U.S.

STOP, No. 1 JOHN BROMWICH, 35, former Australian Davis Cup player, yesterday provided the biggest shock in years in the Australian lawn tennis championships when he beat the American champion, Tony Trabert, to reach the quarter-finals at Sydney. Bromwich, who first won the Austr
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
hasn't

hasn't

says up Minister that this was the reason for the demands for wage increases. Mr. Watkinson: " This is a very important matter, and I hope the House will not try to play party politics about what is a matter of fact." .
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE HAPPY WOMEN who write to Viewpoint—see Page 5 AND

THE HAPPY WOMEN who write to Viewpoint—see Page 5 AND

'WE'RE NOT IN IT , We wish to maintain professional status. " Any talk of strike or restrictive practice does grievous harm to our cause. " I would like it to be made clear from this meeting that our association sets its face absolutely against strikes and restrictive practice."
January 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH

SCOTTISH

11.0 Scotland in the cinema. 3.25 A Scottish League Division A game. 4.0 Singing games fr o m Edinburgh 5.0 Children. 6.15 News. 6.28 Sportsreel. 7.0 Hawthorn Accordion Band. 7.25 Bardowies. 7.45 Contralto. 9.15 The Golden Legend of Shults: comedy 10.45 Prayers
January 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Newbury Runners and Riders

Newbury Runners and Riders

Tote Double: 2.0 and 3.0 races. 1 .O — HANTS MAIDEN HURDLE (Div. I). £3OO. 2m. 85yd. 004 Aparte (Carlos-Clarke), 7-11-7 . Dowdeswell 00 Prinoe Stephen (Fitzgeorge-Parker . ). 6-11-7 Morrow Memory Man (Welwyn), 6-11-7 D. V. Dick Fastnet Rock (C. Jelliss). 7-11-7 A. Freeman Danilo
January 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AINTREE

AINTREE

By NEWSBOY LORD ROSEBERY hopes to win both divisions of the Hants Maiden Hurdle at Newbury today with Fastnet Rock and Albatross. We shall see Fastnet Rock, who is just the type for recruitment to hurdling, bid for Division , One. He was a runaway winner of the Rosebery Stakes a
January 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England