19 NOVEMBER 1921, Page 3

Lord Robert Cecil, addressing his constituents at Hitehin on Monday,

said that he was willing to co-operate with Lord Grey of Fallodon because he agreed with him. Their union would not be a coalition but rather a new arrangement of parties. Lord Robert Cecil said that he still called himself a Conservative and held the opinions which he had always held. But the old party names had ceased to correspond to the differences of opinion. The present Government, he thought, could not possibly settle the Irish question. But what does Lord Robert Cecil really mean Y He and Lord Grey cannot be a Party by themselves. Lord Grey would naturally say " Come over to the Independent Liberals," and what would Lord Robert Cecil reply than 2