23 AUGUST 1945, page 4

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It is stated, I see, that President Roosevelt had cherished ths 4 idea of starting a new daily paper which would have no leading articles, his view being that if the reader had......

" Whipsnade Was Visited On Vj-day By A Sizable Crowd

of townees." I am not in fact quoting this sentence ; I have manufactured it ; not because I like the look of it—I don't—but to provide a text for a discussion of two words......

Literature Has Hitherto Had No Such Magnificent...

as science,—nothing to compare, for instance, with the Royal Society at Burlington House and the Royal Institution in Albemarle Street. But the lack is being in large measure......

A Spectator's Notebook O N One Feature Of This Parliament...

is unanimous: it is going to be singularly interesting. Also there is no doubt that it contains ability above the average ; the quality of the opening speeches, particularly the......

What Is Of Special Interest Is The Appearance Of Dawning

signs of divergence within the Labour Party. That was most evident on Vonday, when Mr. Bevin's statement on foreign policy manifestly disappointed some of the young crusaders of......

We Are Well Inured To Enduring Hardness, But The - News

that, in the matter of clothing coupons, where the late Government chastised us with whips the present one is substituting scorpions causes alarm and depression. Twenty-four......

A National Foreign Policy N Othing Has Been More...

the three weeks since Parliament assembled than the unexpected spirit of unity and co-operation that has pervaded the discussions. Part of that was the inevitable effect of the......