GREAT BRITAIN: Uneasy Bedfellows

GREAT BRITAIN Uneasy Bedfellows

The anti-Bevin rebellion in the Labor Party's ranks was the subject of a terse party caucus. Rebel Leader Richard Grossman, after stern, reproving lectures behind locked doors by Prime Minister Attlee and other party fathers, had apologized and promised not to do it again. But, said one Labor M.P.: "It's like the man who finds that his wife has been unfaithful. She says she's sorry, and they are to patch up the marriage and carry on for the sake of the children. But the honeymoon is definitely over."

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