Foreign News: Too Close Links

Radio Moscow last week was downright syrupy in response to Winston Churchill's call of a week before for "closer links." But in Addison Road, a quiet corner of London's fashionable Kensington district where many members of the Russian Embassy staff live in cozy proximity to some of Britain's solidest citizens, the atmosphere was less honeyed.

An unaccustomed bustle and stir could be detected in Addison Road following a peremptory summons from British Minister of State Selwyn Lloyd to the Soviets' Ambassador Jacob Malik. The Kensington neighbors soon learned the reason: on advice from MI 5, Britain's counter-espionage agency, Minister Lloyd had demanded...

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