7 SEPTEMBER 1951, page 4

Worcester Fight In 1651 Wag A Notable 'affair, But Worcester

fight in 1951 is by no means negligible either. The Roundheads, led by Mr. Isaac Foot, have had 'their field-day, but there is no lack of Royalists in Worcester, and one of......

A Spectator's Notebook

C OVENTRY has been torn by an issue which over- shadowed even the controversy over its new cathedral— the question whether an American actress who is a member of the Variety......

Mr. Cox Is Having A Party. Or Rather A Party

is being had isr Mr. Cox. You may not conceivably know all you should about Mr. Cox. If not, it is because, through either impecuniosity or unwisdom, you are not . a member of......

* * * * A Diligent Student Of The Daily

Worker, I watch with interest (as I think I have said before) that journal's strenuous, and by no means unsuccessful, efforts to raise £3,750 a month from its readers towards......

Reading Of The Death Of The American Writer, Louis Adamic,

I took down a copy of his now notorious book, Dinner at the White House, in which Mr. Adamic, invited to dine with Presi- dent Roosevelt on an occasion when Mr. Churchill was......

This Is A Difficult,time For Religious Weeklies, Among...

I gather that the future of at least two is problematic. It is the usual story. A drop in circulation means a drop in advertisements—either in the number or the rates or......

" Why Should We Let Ourselves Be Scared By Headlines

in the Tory Press—the most prostituted in the world ? Aneurin Bevan at Scarborough, May 16th, 1948. " The Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan, M.P., is to write a series of articles......

Labour And Mr. Gaitskell

T HE present Chancellor of the Exchequer is not a typical product of the Labour movement. Like the other Wykehamist who was the second post-war Socialist Chancellor and the......