General correspondence, 1989-01 - 1990-12
Scope and Contents
Correspondence with the general public on British membership of the European Economic Community, with correspondents including: Jack Bryans (6); Peter Clarke; Julie Spencer, Editor of the Field magazine, on an article by JEP on the effects of European legislation on rural affairs (4); Charlotte Horsfield, Honorary Secretary of the British Housewives' League (3); Robert Jackson on the internal economy of the EEC; Robert Neild; Beverley Pyke (13); Nigel Spearing [Chairman of the Select Committee on EEC Legislation] (3); Frank Woodward (4).
Also includes: copy of a Labour Party policy review discussion paper on Britain's place in the world; letter from Ian Gow to Jack Bryans; copy of a report by Edward Beddington-Behrens on his United Europe Mission to the United States in 1948; text and proof of JEP's article for the Field on the effects of European legislation on rural affairs; text of speech by Robert Jackson on the funding of higher education; copy of an article by Robert Neild on arms reduction; minutes of evidence taken before the Foreign Affairs Committee on the operation of the Single European Act.
- 1989-01 - 1990-12
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