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Law’s Palestine Policy Evokes Contrary Concents

February 28, 1923
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The London EXPRESS declares in an editorial that Bonar Law’s statement in the House of Commons relative to the Palestine policy may be taken to mean that the “first installment” of complete evacuation of the British forces in Palestine which is “bound to come” has taken place.

The Mail, however, is dissatisfied with the Premier’s remarks. It charges that the reduction in strength of the British Palestinian forces has been small. The premier is hesitating, it declares.

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