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Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and press cuttings., 20 Jan 1931 - 27 Jun 1931
Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and source material., 16 Mar 1931 - 22 Apr 1931
Papers comprising official papers, speeches, correspondence, press cuttings, photographs and audio tapes.
Papers and correspondence on complaint by NK about an article in the Sun about the cost of the European Commission taking on the Berlaymont building in Brussels [Belgium].
Papers and correspondence on a libel case taken out by NK following an article in the Sunday Express reporting alleged statements by Jeffrey Titford MEP about attempts by NK to block the disclosure of fraud and financial incompetence within the European Commission.
Letter from [WSC] to Lord Riddell [earlier Sir George Riddell] thanking him for a Christmas box of cigars and praising his handling of the American press at the Washington Conference on disarmament.
Telegram from WSC to [David Lloyd George] reporting the hostile attitude of the press, Sir George Younger and other Conservatives towards the calling of a general election and advising that no decision be taken until Lloyd George returns. Typescript copy annotated by WSC.
Letter from Lord Northcliffe [earlier Sir Alfred Harmsworth] (Carlton Hotel, Frankfurt-am-Main, [Germany]) to WSC on newspaper reporting of political speeches.
Letter from Arthur Lawrence, director of the Globe Press (35 Surrey Street, Strand, [London]) to WSC inviting him to join the committee of a planned club for enhancing "the social amenities between English and Americans." Expresses disappointment at WSC's defeat in the [North-West Manchester] by-election and endorses his remarks during the campaign about certain newspapers. Signed typescript. Annotated: "politely declined". Illustration of the Globe Press premises in letter-head.
Letter from Lord Northcliffe [earlier Sir Alfred Harmsworth] (The Daily Mail) to WSC advising him to meet Canadian journalists, especially Sir Hugh Graham of the Montreal Star.
Letter from G Wallace Carter, general secretary of the Free Trade Union (8 Victoria Street, Westminster, London) to WSC (Home Office) describing the inadequate British news service in Canadian newspapers and suggesting that a summary of each day's parliamentary debates be cabled to all the Dominions free of charge. Signed typescript. Annotated with instruction by WSC to show the letter to Colonel [John Seely, late Lord Mottistone].
Letter from [WSC] to Lord Northcliffe [earlier Sir Alfred Harmsworth] asking for the Times to report his speeches at Dundee [Angus, Scotland] in October as these are the only ones he is giving during the parliamentary recess. Praises the line taken by the Times and the Daily Mail [over the Agadir crisis in Morocco.] Typescript. Preceded by instruction to Edward Marsh to write the letter out.
Letter from Louis Alber [President, Affiliated Lecture and Concert Association Incorporated] to Senator William Borah, regretting the newspaper coverage of his attempt to arrange for Borah and WSC to debate the question of recognition of the Soviet Union. [Copy].
Letter from Herbert Vivian (Hotel de Luxembourg, Promenade des Anglais, Nice, [France]) to WSC on: "The Curiosity of Literature", "The River War", and the best way of engaging in published controversy with Colonel [?Ivor] Maxse; Vivian's review of WSC's last book; the activities of "those Labour devils". Suggests WSC meet Horatio Bottomley with a view to getting "our own paper to draw blood properly.".
Letter from William Parry, chemist (Port Victoria, South Australia) criticising James Kier Hardy and complaining of the Protectionist stance of newspapers in Australia. Urges WSC to continue his fight for Free Trade. Encloses newspaper cuttings [see CHAR 2/29/39].
Letter from J Moore Bayley (47 Temple Row, Birmingham) to WSC praising his rebuke of the press in the House of Commons on the previous night [occasioned by an inaccurate report on the Colonial Conference in the Daily Mail].
Letter from Herbert de Reuter (Reuter's Telegram Company Limited, 24 Old Jewry, London) to WSC explaining why the company did not cable to South Africa the whole of WSC's response in the House of Commons to the Daily Mail's false report of an incident at the Colonial Conference. Signed typescript. Annotated by WSC insisting that the full text of his answer was covered by Parliamentary privilege and should have been cabled.
Letter from Cornelia, Lady Wimborne (Canford Manor, Wimborne, [Dorset]) to WSC referring to his recent speech in Edinburgh [Scotland] in which he attacked the Daily Mail and inviting him to come and address a meeting on land reform.
Letter from A P Stevenson (12 Brunswick Square, Brighton, [Sussex]) to WSC congratulating him on his attack on the Daily Mail.
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