Over two thousand marchers from all over the country who have arrived in London to protest against the operation of the Means Test were the centre of a huge Labour rally in Hyde Park against the means Test. Huge crowds were present and it is estimated that over a quarter of a million people attended. Among the speakers were Mr. C. R. Attlee, M.P., leader of the Opposition, Mr. A. Bevan, M.P., Mrs. Jennie Adamson, former chairman of the Labour Party, and Mr. Walkden, of Trades Union Congress.
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13th November 1936
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Anti-Means Test Demonstration
Keywords: Parliament Of The United Kingdom, Politics Of The United Kingdom, British People, Democratic Socialists, Democratic Socialism, Second International, Clement Attlee, Labour Party, Leader Of The Opposition, Social Issues, Politics
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