By Fred W. S Craig
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Indeed, the present Parliament has long outstayed its appointed term, and meanwhile millions of new voters, including for the first time representatives of the womanhood of the country, have been added to the electorate. It is right that the Government, upon whom it devolves in conjunction with our Dominions and our allies to settle the political future of Europe, should be supported by the confidence of the vast body of newly enfranchised citizens. We appeal, then, to every section of the electorate, without distinction of party, to support the Coalition Government in the execution of a policy devised in the interests of no particular class or section, but, so far as our light serves us, for the furtherance of the general good.
In 1906 it pledged itself to restore to trade unions the same liberty as capital enjoyed during trade disputes. THAT PLEDGE HAS BEEN FULFILLED. It pledged itself to insist upon old-age pensions. THAT PLEDGE HAS BEEN FULFILLED It pledged itself to help drastic housing reform. THAT PLEDGE HAS BEEN FULFILLED It pledged itself to work for the relief of the burdens on persons of small or moderate means by the taxation of unearned incomes and land values. THAT PLEDGE HAS BEEN FULFILLED It pledged itself to pay special attention to the unemployed, and to compel any and every Government to contribute to the solution of this problem.
We appeal, then, to every section of the electorate, without distinction of party, to support the Coalition Government in the execution of a policy devised in the interests of no particular class or section, but, so far as our light serves us, for the furtherance of the general good. Our first task must be to conclude a just and lasting peace, and so to establish the foundations of a new Europe that occasion for further wars may be for ever averted. The brilliant and conclusive triumph of the Allied Armies will, we hope, render it possible to reduce the burden of our armaments and to release by successive and progressive stages the labour and capital of the Empire for the arts of peace.
British General Election Manifestos 1900–1974 by Fred W. S Craig