Foreign News: Anxiety

In the House of Commons Laborite Emanuel Shinwell rose to demand a de bate on the subject of Britain's aid to Russia. There was "considerable disquiet" in Britain, said he, over the amount and kind of help Britain has sent to her big, badgered ally. Snapped Winston Churchill in reply: "The honorable gentleman should not suppose that he has a monopoly of anxiety in these matters. I do not see any reason at all for an early debate. ..." Later the Prime Minister backed down, scheduled a debate for this week, but insisted no...

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