Undergraduates at Cambridge attended a debate before their famed forensic Union. And from London even the mightiest lent an ear to the harangues of three Cambridge youths anent the conduct of British affairs by the Baldwin Government.
One was young Joynson-Hicks, son of the present ultra-Tory Home Secretary. He warmly defended the Government.
Ons was Arthur Henderson Jr., son of the famed Labor leader who was Home Secretary in Ramsay MacDonald's Government. He mildly disparaged the present regime.
The last was Oliver Baldwin. On him the fact that he is a son of the...