THE CENSURE MOTION.
ASQTJITH'S FDfAI PROWOTrWCEMEJTT. AVERTING A PARTY DIVISIOIf. LONDON, March Zβ. It has now been arranged that Mr. A. H. Lee (Civil Lord of the Admiralty in 1903-5) ehall, on Monday, more the motion of censure on the Government in ! terms identical with those of the resolution of which Mr. Balfour gave notice, viz., that the immediate provision of battleships of the newest type proposed by the Government is insufficient to secure the safety of the Empire. Mr. Balfour will reserve his speech till the close of the debate, in the hope that the Government's final pronouncement will obviate a division on party lines.
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