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(Untitled), 10 Feb 1911

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 12/9/39

Scope and Contents

Copy of a letter from WSC to King George V describing events in the House of Commons, including discussion of the "Right to Work" Bill, and WSC's opinions that public works could be used to combat the effects [on unemployment] of fluctuations in trade and that there are "idlers and wastrels at both ends of the social scale". Manuscript in the hand of Sir Arthur Bigge [later Lord Stamfordham, Permanent Secretary to the King].

Dates

  • 10 Feb 1911

Conditions Governing Access

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Conditions Governing Use

Copyright: Crown

Extent

1 folio(s)

Language of Materials

English

Bibliography

Published: Winston S Churchill : Companion Volume II, Part 2, pp 1036-7

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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