15 NOVEMBER 1946, page 14

Sra,—may I Beg Your Indulgence Once Again? In His Letter

in your issue of November 8th Mr. Nutting's efforts at terse debate have caused him to lose the thread of his argument. How one proves that the Young Conservatives are becoming......

Productive Output And Research

Snt,—In your paragraph Trade and Employment under News of the Week last Friday you take to task Mr. Marquand, the Secretary for Overseas Trade, for having remarked in the debate......

Crisis In Germany

SIR,— Recent correspondence in your columns has been stressing the supreme importance of good-quality personnel for the control of Ger- many. May I express my whole-hearted......

Sm,—by An Unfortunate Error, A Part Of A Sentence In

my letter was dropped, and I appear to have attributed to Lord Winterton an opinion of Mr. Douglas Read's. I wrote, "But at the same time, I should like to point out that Mr.......

Sta,—may I Reply To Mr. H. G. Rawlinson, Who Says,

" Mr. Osborne was the only person to plead for the representation of the working classes in the Tory hierarchy, and he was politely ignored." I was not ignored, since......

Letters To The Editor

THE NEED FOR TORY REFORM Sm,—I have been most interested to read the correspondence of Mr. Rawlinson in your excellent paper on the subject of the encouragement of working-class......