Economic Crisis Faces England, Dalton Warns

Dalton Asks More Production

LONDON, February 2--A government leader told the British people tonight they raust work harder lest the British experience in socialism end in still greater distress and the conservative press speculated that conditions might arise in the next three months leading to the Africa government's resignation.

Speaking at Newcastle, hub of the nowly-nationalized coal industry, Chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh Dalton said bluntly that Britain was living on borrowed money and must produce more goods for export of face a lower standard of life and more unemployment."