A conference of Labor Party clubs in London will be old on Oct. 31 to collate evidence on fascist and anti-Semitic activities, a party spokesman announced today. He said that the meeting would consider making representations to the government concerning the continued anti-Semitic agitation.
Anti-fascist groups here are dismayed at the mild sentence given Jeffrey Hamm, ?ley deputy and leader of the British League of Ex-Servicemen, who was charged with ?ting and provocative behavior at a fascist street meeting. Hamm was paroled ## one year, although he was already on parole as a result of a similar charge. The ##niency extended Hamm is expected to spur the fascists to intensified activity.
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