Foreign News: Mr. Cluse Speaks Up

Only three times in 20 years has mild-mannered Sampson Cluse, Labor M.P. for South Islington, emerged from Parliament's back-bench obscurity and made a speech. His first was the maiden speech which tradition demands of all M.P.s. His second was when he protested against the means test for those on the dole. Last week Cluse spoke again.

There was no oratory in the few simple words he said. There was no need for it. Parliament had just heard Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden read a joint declaration by the U.S., Britain and nine other nations deploring and protesting the "bestial policy of cold-blooded extermination"...

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