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McAnally, I, fl 1930-1950s. :The rising tide of Labour. The Standard, 4 February 1937.

Reference Number: A-313-2-058

Prime Minister George Forbes as 'Old King Cannot [Canute]' is unable to stop the incoming sea that is the rising strength of the Labour Party. Behind his throne are representatives of the 'Tory press', 'vested interests', 'mother of twelve', 'recalcitrant officials', 'county councils' and 'sniper'.

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1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Ivan M McAnally, King of England Canute I, The Standard (Newspaper. 1935-1959), Rt Hon George William Forbes, New Zealand Labour Party, Political parties, Local officials and employees, Public officers, Journalists, Elections, Mothers, Conservatism, Socialism, Capitalists and financiers and Lobbyists.

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McAnally, I, fl 1930-1950s. :The rising tide of Labour. The Standard, 4 February 1937., Reference Number A-313-2-058 (1 digitised items)

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