Foreign News: The Vegetarians Draw Blood

With the Labor Government scarcely five months old, Britain's impatient Tories stormed into Commons with a motion of censure. Enthusiastically, Labor picked up the club of its parliamentary majority and knocked the Tories down, 381 to 197 votes.

For an error in timing, little blame attached to Opposition Leader Winston Churchill. Young Tory leaders, anxious to drive home their point that demobilization, trade and housing were being neglected, forced him to premature action. Once in action, he roared like a toothless lion.

Unless Minister of Health Aneurin Bevin mended his ways, Churchill growled, "he would be as great a curse to this...

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