GREAT BRITAIN: Fair Play for Spies

It was, said London's Daily Telegraph, like school prefects lecturing the student body. "The Head Prefect talked soberly about the tone of the school, and received solemn nods from the Old Boys on the Opposition benches. Were we to have a 'kind of NKVD or OGPU system in our public offices'? No, the House murmured quietly, we were not. The prefects, on both sides of the House, were only too anxious to deal tidily with a discreditable story which involved the honor of the school." As Herbert Morrison, Foreign Secretary in the...

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