CHUTER EDE, the British Home Secretary, was winding up the debate which recognized the status of Eire as a republic and permitted Irish people to live in Britain without, being classed as foreigners, but which also insisted that Ulster would remain as part of the United Kingdom unless a decision to the contrary was taken by the Ulster Parliament.By BEVERLEY BAXTER10 min
In the article “The Forgotten Fathers” (May 1) the attitude taken is that if the father (of an illegitimate child) contributes financially, he is a generous, decent sort of chap. But what of the moral issue and the moral standards of the community which this sort of approach will make ever lower? —E. D. H., Vancouver.
AS THE new Parliament prepares for its first session one aspect of the election result is probably regretted by all parties, ins as well as outs. The House is too lopsided. No matter who wins no group should have the crushing majority—nearly three times the membership of the combined Opposition—that the Liberals have now.
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