GREAT BRITAIN: Peace Over Honor

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the Governing Parties in the House of Commons is an unofficial organization, composed of Members of Parliament, which meets from time to time in secret sessions. Its purpose is to offer the Cabinet, whose members are barred from its meetings, unofficial advice on British foreign policy. It is generally led by men who have served in other Cabinets who enjoy talking off the record. Last week this strange political organism assembled privately in a House of Commons committee room to discuss the aftermath of Italy's conquest of Ethiopia. Even the Parliamentary innocents who revolted so...

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