Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - YESTERDAY, driving a visiting minister from Pasadena around London, we drove over to the Parliament Buildings and stopped at the entrance to the House of Commons visitors' gallery. Britain's Prime Minister, Me. Macmillan, was scheduled to deliver a history-making speech, urging Britain's immediate entry into negotiations for joining the European Common Marker. We wanted to hear that speech. On both sides of the entrance, people were queued up in long lines. On inquiring of officials, we learned that many had been standing or sitting there for many hours, and that it would be three or four more hours before doors would open to the Visitors' gallery. Further, there already were more people waiting in line than would be admitted. So we read his speech in the newspapers later.
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