IN THE corridor of the British House of Commons, just outside the famous smoke room, there is a telegraphic ticker machine which hiccups and splutters the news of the day. There we can pause and read about the stock market, even about ourselves in debate, and assess the world outside.
BREAKDOWN of the Dominion-provincial conference left the Federal Government with a fight on its hands, inside Cabinet and caucus, on which of two courses it should adopt. The Ilsley budget ought to show who won. Conservatives in the Liberal Party think they now have a valid excuse for getting out of social security commitments, which they always viewed with some misgiving.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK10 min
THANKS partly to Exercise Muskox but largely to the Army Air Forces, Washington and the American public are gradually becoming more familiar with the geography of northern Canada, Alaska and Greenland. The Air Forces' thesis is that in the next great war, if there is one, the first heavy blows—perhaps the decisive—blows— will be struck through the air across the north polar regions.By ERNEST K. LINDLEY9 min
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