Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Winston Churchill, on subjects including the presence of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in Parliament (2); R A Butler, on subjects including his thanks to JEP for his work in the Conservative Research Department (8); 1st Lord Woolton [earlier Frederick Marquis], Chairman of Conservative Central Office (2); Iain Macleod, Minister of Health, reproaching JEP for his attitude and asking for his help; Leo Amery on the position taken up by JEP and Julian Amery on the Suez Crisis; Manoel de Abreu; Sir Lionel Heald; [?] Julian Amery on JEP's article, Policy for Britain; Alan Lennox-Boyd [Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, later 1st Lord Boyd of Merton]; Duncan Duncan-Sandys, Minister of Housing and Local Government, on the Housing Committee and a speech by JEP on the housing debate (2); [Alfred] Ernest Marples [Joint Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance]; [Arthur] Stretton Reeve, Bishop of Lichfield, on immigration and the West Bromwich [Staffordshire] bus strike; Major Sir [Ernest] Guy Lloyd, on the Progress Trust; Archibald Gordon [later 5th Lord Aberdeen and Temair], BBC Talks Department; Dennis Vosper [later Lord Runcorn]; Raine Legge [later Raine, Lady Dartmouth]; 21st Lord Shrewsbury and Waterford [earlier Lord Ingestre]; Air Vice-Marshal Edgar Kingston-McLoughry on his book Global Strategy (1957) (3); Sir Norman Brook [Secretary to the Cabinet, later 1st Lord Normanbrook].
Other subjects include: congratulations on various speeches by JEP; a translation of JEP's Llyfr Blegywryd; St Peter's Church, Wolverhampton [Staffordshire]; the Suez Crisis.
Also includes: notes by Leo Amery on the role of air power in future warfare; text (in German) of a talk by JEP, The Spiritual and Ethical Forces Exerted by the Commonwealth; congratulations on JEP's various appointments.