Britain has had a Labor government for more than a year, and only now does its position seem secure. Even to say that evokes an air of unreality, because the parliamentary majority is balanced on a knife-edge of three votes; the Government has only to lose one or two by-elections for the majority to disappear altogether. Yet in feeling the Government is riding high. The latest opinion polls show it fluctuating between eleven and eighteen per cent ahead of the Conservatives; Harold Wilson seem...
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