GREAT BRITAIN: Redheaded Information

Prime Minister Winston Churchill this week tackled a problem on which some of the sharpest criticism of his administration has been centered: the setup of the Ministry of Information. He did so in the course of a minor Government reshuffle.

Out from the Ministry of Information went suave Alfred Duff Cooper, Minister since Winston Churchill became Prime Minister last year, whose suavity has suffered somewhat in defending the organization of the M.O.I. from caustic Parliamentary critics who like it as little as he does. Still in the Cabinet, Duff Cooper was given the dutiless post of Chancellor of the Duchy of...

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