Foreign News: Reds Warned

With alarums, excursions and whoops London Reds staged an impassioned demonstration last week before Bow Street Police Court. Red flags were swished and flaunted, the Communist Anthem was chanted ferociously off key. Within the court, Britain's "war on Reds" (TIME, Oct. 26) was gathering cautious headway amid all this tumult. The noted Communists* arrested a fortnight ago were arraigned at a Magistrate's hearing, and Sir Travers Humphreys, acting for the director of Public Prosecutions, set forth the new policy of the Baldwin Government in resorting to stern measures against the Reds, as follows:...

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