Among the subjects debated in connection with the Liberal and Labour amendments to the King's Speech have been foreign affairs, malnutrition, and the Special (or Distressed) Areas. Mr. Eden made a noteworthy reply to Signor Mussolini's Milan speech, reaffirming Britain's friendship with France, offering equal friendship to Germany, and declaring that Great Britain only wished the Mediterranean to be kept clear for international communications. Notable contributions to the debate on malnutrition were made by Mr. A. V. Alexander (Lab.) and Mr. Walter
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Keywords: Politics, Benito Mussolini, Dictatorship, Italy, Political Science, Human Interest, Politics
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