GREAT BRITAIN: The People's Loud Voice

That most Britons want a second front this year seemed plainer than ever last week. It seemed plainer, too, that they think there is too much crusty caution, inefficiency and politicking in their coalition Government. Thanks to the wartime political truce, Parliamentary party lines have been virtually unchanged since before Munich.

In two by-elections for vacated seats in the House of Commons, Government candidates came up against Independents. Both Independents demanded a second front and maximum aid to Russia. Both vigorously lashed the Government. Both won.

In Rugby, Independent William J. Brown...

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