GREAT BRITAIN will find 1962 to be a year of grave decisions. The negotiations for our entry into the Common Market will reach a climax. Wages and prices hang like a grim question mark over the future. These are only two of the many problems calling for the right solutions. Members of every political party, industrialists and trades union leaders, friends and foes of the Common Market are agreed on one point. Much keener competition is inevitable and upon our success in it depends this country's future.
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