GREAT BRITAIN: Insurgent Revival

When King Farouk of Egypt called for cancellation of the Anglo-Egyptian treaty of alliance he probably intended only to please his subjects, who were then engaged in their national pastime of baying at Britain. But Farouk's outburst had consequences he had not foreseen. Last week in London, 32-year-old Labor M.P. Woodrow Wyatt decided that Egypt probably was not a very reliable ally anyway and demanded that Britain's Labor Government stop selling arms to the Egyptians, beginning with a shipment of 16 new Centurion tanks just about to be delivered.

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