with Tommy Trinder and Anthony Hayes, Peter Glover, Deda Pamara, Lucilla Gay, Susanne, Johnny, and Anne, The 'Copa' Girls, Ronnie Pleydell and his Orchestra.
Susanne, Johnny, and
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The Central Office of Information has just published a popular abbreviated version of the Treasury's economic survey for 1949. J.F. Horrabin and Margaret Horrabin take the salient points and illustrate them by means of charts and diagrams.
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