3 FEBRUARY 1956, Page 7

AMONG our public men there may be some who can

unbend without creaking. But Mr. Harold Macmillan and Sir Anthony Eden are not among them. Mr. Macmillan's 'There ain't gonna be no war' was an embarrassing experience for his wellwishers. And now Sir Anthony Eden, in the course of an after-dinner speech at Washington, assures his audience that 'there ain't too much to worry about.'