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Prime political issue in Great Britain today, even overshadowing the controversy around Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's foreign policy, is the state of the nation's defense preparations. Opposition M. P.s and the anti-Chamberlain Conservative bloc, led by portly, eloquent Winston Churchill, have already blasted from office Viscount Swinton, former Air Secretary, have jarred big, burly Sir Thomas Inskip, Minister for Coordination of Defense, Home Secretary Sir Samuel Hoare and his assistant, Geoffrey Lloyd, in charge of air-raid precautions. The harried Prime Minister realizes that a far-reaching revelation of a breakdown in Britain's defense...

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