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H. Morrison) was right when he said the other day, just before
he left for America, that after the last Debate he felt it was
safe for him to go away. He knew, and so do lion, and right
hon. Members opposite, that no Government with an ample
majority ever went to the country at the demand of such a
feeble Opposition. This is no time to disturb a country
which is in the throes of its rearmament programme. The
Opposition can be thankful that they are going to get off
with a sound beating to-night, and that they will not just yet
have to suffer an even more resounding defeat in the country."