GREAT BRITAIN: Prop for Baldwin

The most British of Britons, famed Sir William ("Jix") Joynson-Hicks, went out to Hunterston Castle, Ayrshire, and verbally propped the prestige of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin.

People have been saying that the Cabinet is politically on the rocks, and especially that a three-sided split had opened between "Jix," Mr. Baldwin and "Winston." The latter statesman is the Right Honorable Winston Churchill, Chancellor of His Majesty's Exchequer; and "Jix" is His Majesty's tall, frock-coated, impeccable Secretary of State for Home Affairs.

Said "Jix" to gaping Ayrshire yokels, while London listened: "All the stories...

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