GREAT BRITAIN: The War and Winston Churchill

The great scene seemed certain to be enacted again. Winston Churchill had flown back to Britain and this week would again bulge up in Parliament to face, and probably outface, his critics. Though he had risked the flat statement "Egypt will be held," even the speedy fall of Egypt was not likely to upset his Prime Ministership.

Winston Churchill's critics practiced hard last week:

> Urbane, intelligent Conservative Sir John Wardlaw-Milne, who has great Indian interests and has lost much Far Eastern wealth during the war, proposed a motion of "no confidence in the...

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