ENFORCING DUCIPXIEE. GRAYSON ON "THE TOADIES." (Received 8.20 ajn.) ■ ■','.. f'■. '■ - :-:.?■ *■■- LONDON, April 15. Mr. Arthur Henderson, M.P. for Barnard Castle, Durham, Labour Whip since 1906, Stated that the party was determined to enforce discipline. Since-the election. of Victor Grayson, a collision was inevitable.;- ; ; ..- Mr. - Grayson, interviewed, contrasted the "old gang" with the advance* guard of Labour, sick of toadying to the liberal party. ."' ; ;' ''
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