25 APRIL 1941, Page 3

We return to the Home Front. The immediate problem is

to restore a united House of Commons behind the Home Front policy, so that "those qualities of stability and phlegm," to which Mr. Churchill rightly referred, are backed and , buttressed at every point by practical policies. Could not Sir John Anderson or Mr. Attlee, both free from departmental duties, intervene in'some future debate, and show us on behalf of the War Cabinet their firm and clear grasp of such problems as shipping, supplies, food and war-production?