25 NOVEMBER 1932, Page 3

The debate in the Lords produced one very good per-

formance from Lord Dufferin, who was far from content, with platitudes, and who impressed his audience with a desire that the younger peers would seriously take mc greater part in debates. Lord Chesham was also good, but his optimism was pitched too high. The spirit of the debate, as interpreted by the Archbishop of - Canterbury, showed the same desire for constructive -efforts to stimulate trade as in the Commons, and Lord Hailsham welcomed. it rather more definitely than the Prime Minister.