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Talks Between Britain and Jewish Agency on Increased Immigration Lead to No Results

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Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech-Jones and leaders of the Jewish Agency met today in another of the series of informal talks being held here to pave the way for Jewish participation in the conference on Palestine.

No communique was issued after the meeting, but well-informed quarters indicated that the main subject discussed was once again the Jewish demand for increased immigration to Palestine before the conference on Palestine reconvenes in December. It is understood that the British representatives have not agreed to this demand.

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