Mr Monkey scampered up the middle of Whitehall, wondering why some people were staying on the pavements. Outside the Old War Office, he studied the statue of General Bill Slim, commander of the 14th Army in Burma. Mr Monkey approves of General Slim, because he thinks it's rare to find a general who'd admit making a mistake. They've also got statues of Montgomery and Alanbrooke in front of the same building.
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