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Britain Seen Intending to “go Slow” on Palestine

THE BRITISH CABINET PROPOSES TO “GO SLOW” ON THE PALESTINE QUESTION, THE DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENT OF THE JEWISH CHRONICLE REPORTED TODAY FROM WHAT HE TERMED A QUARTER IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH THE DIRECTING PERSONALITIES.

IN VIEW OF THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION, THERE IS A DESIRE NOT TO COMPLICATE FURTHER THE MEDITERRANEAN SITUATION, THE CORRESPONDENT STATES. HOWEVER, HE SAYS, THERE IS NO QUESTION FOR THE PRESENT OF RELAXING BRITAIN’S AUTHORITY IN PALESTINE IN THE FACE OF THE ITALIAN MENACE TO EGYPT AND SUEZ.

“GREAT BRITAIN, TO PUT THE MATTER IN A NUTSHELL, CANNOT LEAVE PALESTINE OR ITALY WOULD SIMPLY WALK IN,” THE CHRONICLE DECLARED.

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