Conservative Policy Documents: Social Security Policy, 1963-01 - 1966-01
Scope and Contents
Papers and correspondence, with correspondents including: Peter Goldman [Director of the Conservative Political Centre] on a guaranteed minimum income (4); Iain Macleod, Chairman of the Conservative Party, on setting up a sub-committee on policy towards the elderly (3); Lord Balniel [earlier Anthony Lindsay]; John Boyd-Carpenter, on JEP's Rates Policy Group report; Sir Edward Boyle, Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Policy, on JEP's policy group; Sir Alexander Douglas-Home [Leader of the Conservative Party, earlier 14th Lord Home, later Lord Home of the Hirsel] on a letter by JEP on de-nationalisation of the General Practitioners service; Neil Marten, on the de-nationalisation of British European Airways.
Papers include: memoranda by Goldman on the cost of a guaranteed minimum income in old age; memorandum by Balniel on care of the elderly; notes by JEP on the principle of a guaranteed minimum income, with comments by Balniel and Sir Keith Joseph [Minister of Housing and Local Government]; note on the Labour Party's proposals for social security.
- 1963-01 - 1966-01
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