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Committees and Policy Groups: Economic, Policy Group on Taxation (1), June 1975-February 1976, 1975-06 - 1976-02

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/THCR 2/6/1/35

Scope and Contents

Includes copy minutes of a policy discussion meeting to discuss tax strategy (attended by MT), 8 December 1975
Includes copy minutes of the Group and papers for the Group by J.H. [Jeremy Henry] Benson, Tim Boswell (Conservative Research Department), Mr [Keith] Carmichael, John Chown, John Cope MP ("Company law reform, a note on the proprietary company", 13 February 1976), Mr [Peter] Hordern MP, Dr [Barry] Bracewell-Milnes, Professor [Alan Richmond] Prest, Mr [Peter] Rees MP and Adam Ridley (Conservative Research Department); a circulated comment on the Group's interim report by Samuel Brittan, ca. July 1975; and correspondence with Mark Schreiber
Also includes circulated papers of the Economic Reconstruction Group (PG/10): by Brian Griffiths, "The attack on inflation: Mr. Healey’s declaration of intent", 11 July 1975, and "Some electoral implications of inflation and anti-inflationary policies", [11] July 1975; and a paper on "Israel’s economic problems- 1974-1975 and Government measures to deal with them", 20 May 1975
Also includes copy minutes of meetings of the Police Affairs Policy Group, 20 October and 3 November 1975


Dates

  • 1975-06 - 1976-02

Conditions Governing Access

Opened in November 2003 It may be possible to access a digital version of the file in PDF format at Churchill Archives Centre. Advance notice is essential so please contact us to make a request.

Extent

1 bundle(s) (1 bundle in folder)

Language of Materials

English

Finding aid date

2005-09-02 09:35:07+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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