On the battlefield where he fights best, Winston Churchill blasted the Laborite Opposition with their own weapons last week and sent them, stunned and bleeding, into the parliamentary hills.

While it lasted, the battle was the most dramatic foreign-policy debate in the House of Commons since Neville Chamberlain's rough days after the fall of Norway in 1940. When it was over, Prime Minister Churchill had turned back a Labor Party move to censure him personally for his foreign policy, and had split their ranks with two major explosions. The late Labor government,...

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