The Budget 1935

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    Item title reads - The Budget. Pathe Gazette interviews the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

    M/S of Neville Chamberlain sat behind a desk, he makes his budget speech and says that sound finance on the part of the government, and hard work on the part of the people resulted in restoration of cuts in salaries and wages, and he wants to continue completing the process which he hopes will be a reward for sacrifices made in 1931.

    He says if the world behaves itself reasonably well and there is no break in continuity 1935 will be a good year, and Britain will be advancing forward towards better times.

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    01:29:46:00 / 01:31:01:00
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