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Biffen, William John, 1930 - 2007 (politician)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1930 - 2007

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

 File

Correspondence with [William] John Biffen, 1958-04 - 1994-10

Reference Code: GBR/0014/POLL 1/1/47
Scope and Contents Copies of letters from JEP to Biffen on subjects including: parliamentary affairs; writing by Biffen on economics and Europe; elections contested by JEP. Also includes: letters from Biffen to JEP on JEP's future political options and Biffen's own refusal to support the Labour Party (June 1973), the European Economic Community and the by-election (January 1983) in Down South [Ulster, Northern Ireland], commenting on how JEP was missed in the House of Commons; copies of speeches by JEP...
Dates: 1958-04 - 1994-10
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: Some individual files have been closed under the 30-year rule, or where they contain sensitive information on living people. Please see individual files for details.
 File

Personal correspondence, 1969-01-13 - 1976-12-29

Reference Code: GBR/0014/POLL 1/1/25
Scope and Contents Correspondents include: Patrick de Laszlo on faults in the Constitution and work by JEP on the New Testament; Douglas Kennedy (7); Frederick Mulley [Secretary of State for Defence]; Ronald Lewin, asking JEP for help on his book on Ultra (2); Brigadier Eric Shearer (2); Richard Barlas, Clerk of the House of Commons (2); David Menhennet, Librarian of the House of Commons; Victor Russell (3); Michael Latham; [Arthur] John Page, criticising JEP's attacks on the Conservative Party; Michael Foot,...
Dates: 1969-01-13 - 1976-12-29
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: Some individual files have been closed under the 30-year rule, or where they contain sensitive information on living people. Please see individual files for details.

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