22nd December, 1934,
Mr. A. Hayday,
Nat. Union General and Municipal Workers, Newstead House, 76, St. James St., NOTTINGHAM.
Dear Mr. Hayday,
I have heard privately that although Caballero is not still covered by his parliamentary immunity and is still in prison, assurances are being given for his safety. In reply to a telegram sent to the President of the Republic, Alcala Zamora, declarations were made that no further executions would take place, with special reference to Caballero.
It seems from what I have heard that Caballero is not in danger of losing his life so long as Zamora remains President, but, of course, no one can say how long, that will be.
I would be very glad if you would treat this information as private. I have added nothing about this to the circular we have sent out this morning in connection with the International Solidarity Fund, because I don't think it advisable.
With best wishes,
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