The British Government will take “an aloof and chilly attitude” towards any future Soviet proposals for a Summit conference, the New York Times reported. The newspaper's chief London correspondent Drew Middleton quoted authoritative sources as saying that Mr. Harold Macmillan, the British Prime Minister had not “the slightest intention” of resuming the initiative by another visit to Moscow to see Mr. Khrushchev. Middleton said the approach of Mr. Macmillan and the Foreign Minister, Mr. Selwyn Lloyd, towards the Soviet Union and its policies could be summed up by a quotation from Cervantes: “Patience and shuffle the cards.”