GREAT BRITAIN: Wales Gagged?

An indignant young man and a genial, flabby-handed oldster conferred, last week in the Prime Minister's Room of the House of Commons, without witnesses, without prior notice to the press. Edward of Wales told Stanley Baldwin about his recent tour of the North English coal fields, described scenes of bitter misery and awful squalor which had caused H. R. H. to exclaim (TIME, Feb. 11): "This is ghastly! I never thought things were so bad!" "A ghastly mess. . . ." Presumably the heir to the throne used equally strong language, last week,...

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