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11th October 1915



In todays' Daily Telegraph; The Earl of Selborne is critical of the censorship of bad news and exaggeration of good news in a speech to Yorkshire agriculturalists, saying such practices perform a public disservice – page 6 - “Under a penalty of £100 and six months’ imprisonment with hard labour, “treating” to intoxicating liquor in the metropolis [i.e. London] is prohibited from to-day” – page 8. The punishment does seem a tad excessive - Both the British and French report mowing down Germans who counter-attacked them at Loos – page 9 - Austro-German forces occupy Belgrade – page 9 - The Labour Party plays a key role in the success of a recruiting demonstration in Cardiff – page 10




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