Foreign News: Loyal Opposition

Winston Churchill made his first full-length speech as Opposition leader. He spoke briskly, triumphantly, a little challengingly on eight main points:

THE END OF THE WAR WITH JAPAN—"Our duty is to congratulate the Government on the very great improvement in our prospects at home which comes from complete victory over Japan.. . ."

THE ATOMIC BOMB — "There were those who considered that the atomic bomb should never have been used at all. I cannot associate myself with such ideas. ... I am surprised that very worthy people—but people who in most cases had...

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