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See Britain First - David Low in Evening Standard, London, England, 1931.

A general election was held in Britain at the end of October 1931. A second National Government was formed with MacDonald at its head. The Round Table Conference ended on December 1 without any concrete achievement and MacDonald announcing that his Government stood by the January declaration and reaffirming its belief that an all-India federation was "the only hopeful solution of India's constitutional problems." Gandhi replied that "as far as I am concerned we have come to the parting of the ways." Low shows MacDonald acting as a guide to the Indian visitors and exhorting them to take a look at the Land of Promise, before looking nearer home at their problems in India.

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