14 FEBRUARY 1920, Page 3

Mr. Lloyd George ended with burning words in which he

asserted that Labour was "challenging the whole fabric of British government." But the Government were determined never to surrender to " a privileged minority." The majority must rule. " On that issue we will fight to the end." The Labour demand was not for better conditions and wages, but for " the establishment of Soviet rule." The men who fought in the greatest of all wars for liberty would also fight against this preposterous tyranny. The hundreds of thousands of demobilized soldiers who are being kept out of employment by the Trade Unions will echo every word which Mr. Lloyd George said on this subject.