Lloyd George and Sir John Simon give speeches in preparation for General Election.
Pathe Gazette opening titles. Actual story starts at 01:09:37.
Full title reads: "General Election battle. Pathe Gazette, which is politically impartial, now introduces Mr Lloyd George".
David Lloyd George (Liberal) gives speech from his office. He advises voters to vote for candidates whose prioritise issues of peace and unemployment. He wants more money spent on creating jobs and a reduction of armaments.
Intertitle reads: "And now listen to Sir John Simon".
Sir John Simon (Conservative / National Government). Urging voters to vote for National Government because it supports the work of the League of Nations and has plans for social advance. He goes on to criticise the opposition, the Socialist party - he views then as inexperienced and would weaken country.