MR. WYNNE AND THE PRESS
SIR,--I wrote to the Spectator, as one of the jour- nalists concerned, to protest at Mr. Randolph Churchill's attack on the press treatment of Mr. Greville Wynne.
'If there had been any indication that our pre- sence was at arty time unwelcome,' .1 said, 'we would. of course, have left immediately.' Now Quoodlc ex- presses 'mild surprise' at my words. He might have been less surprised if he had taken the trouble to consult with Mr. Churchill. who had already generously written to me to apologise for his 'unwitting injustice' and to ask forgiveness for 'a most unfair comment.'