GREAT BRITAIN: Headaches After Holiday

Headaches After Holiday

A great tradition decrees that, no matter how closely Europe may tremble on the brink of crisis, one may safely spend a British week end in the country and take a holiday over Christmas and New Year's. After observing this tradition. His Majesty's Government returned severally last week to London. The Home Secretary and Lady Simon had been having fliers at Monte Carlo. The Prime Minister and Mrs. Baldwin had hobnobbed with Worcestershire neighbors of their estate, "Astley Hall." Squire Baldwin, as he does every Christmas, put aside the...

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