14 OCTOBER 1938, Page 21


[To the Editor of THE SPECTATOR] SIR,—Having taken The Spectator for many years I am extremely sorry to find it is now so completely changed in its views—being now far too much to the Left to suit me. I am therefore cancelling my order to my newsagent. While we have men like Mr. Chamberlain, Lord Halifax and Sir John Simon in the Cabinet I consider we can ignore the petty faldt-finding of your writers and correspondents.—