Edward Heath: Teddities, 1969-07 - 1974-04
Scope and Contents
Copies of speeches by Edward Heath [Leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister], with correspondence, including: transcript of a television interview with Heath on the Conservative Election Forum (1970); extract from speech by Heath on Europe (1970); transcript of a television interview with Heath for Panorama on subjects including Ulster, unemployment and Europe (1971); text of speech by Heath to the Parliamentary Council of the European Movement (1971); text of speech by Heath at the Guildhall on Europe (1969); reply by Heath to a question on the Common Market (1969); text of speech by Heath at the Glasgow 1980 Exhibition on housing in Scotland (1971); extract from a speech by Heath to the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce on industrial policy (1971); weekly information bulletin from the French Embassy, including extracts from interviews and speeches given by Georges Pompidou, President of France and Maurice Schumann [Minister for Foreign Affairs] on the future of Europe (1971); text of speech by Heath to the National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations on Britain's entry into Europe (1971); copies of questions to Heath in Parliament on entering Europe; letters from Arthur Lewis and C G Mayo (3).
- 1969-07 - 1974-04
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