Foreign News: Insidious Doctrine

While British taxpayers were aching last week over the simple fact that increased armaments must be paid for (see above), Britain's Secretary of War. swank young Alfred Duff Cooper, jumped from the desk on which he keeps a mask of his famed actress wife, the former Lady Diana Manners, hustled down to Manchester. There he spoke his mind about the leaders of the Established Church of England in Manchester's Free Trade Hall.

Almost as well groomed as Foreign Secretary Eden, War Secretary Duff Cooper spoils the effect of the most expensive Savile Row tailoring...

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