Foreign News: Pie for Nye

Not even Diogenes had a tougher task than the special committee of the Labor Party appointed to find "assurances as to the future conduct" of rebellious Aneurin Bevan. But unpredictable Nye himself did what he could to make their job easier. He was haled before the committee last week for a 20-minute confrontation that was marred only by a few heated exchanges with his archrival, Hugh Gaitskell. Nye, who like many of his Welsh constituents once lived sparely on bread and dripping (grease), now ate humble pie with a relish. He apologized deeply...

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