SIR,—Neither the Daily Telegraph's Managing Editor nor Mr. Button points
out the nature of your contri- butor Randolph Churchill's gross impertinence in thinking any editor should be obliged to print his letter. It is surely quite bad enough that you find space for his weekly scrapbook of pompous self- satisfied effluence, without being forced to read it in other journals.
56 Ambleside, Albert Drive, 5W19
MARTIN TOL KARD