Found in 412 Collections and/or Records:
Embryo Bill, 1985: data, 1983-01 - 1990-02
Embryo Bill 1985 (The Story in Press-cuttings), 1985
Mainly cuttings on specific events.
Embryo Bill: committee, to 21 March, 1985-02 - 1985-03
Embryo Bill: correspondence, 1985-07 - 1986-12
Embryo Bill: data, to 24 July 1985, 1984-11 - 1985-07
Embryo Bill: general correspondence, 1985-05 - 1985-07
Embryo Bill: general correspondence, 1988-12 - 1989-01
Embryo Bill: general correspondence, 1985-05 - 1987-02
Embryo Bill: general correspondence and committee report on bill, 1985-03 - 1985-07
Correspondence on JEP's Unborn Children (Protection) Bill (1985), with correspondents including: Sir Bernard Braine [Chairman, All-party Pro Life Committee] (2); Thomas Hill, Cambridge University Law Society (4).
Also includes: report of the standing committee on the bill.
Embryo Bill: remaining stages, 1985-03 - 1985-04
Embryo Bill: substantive replies to public, 1985-02 - 1985-07
Embryo Bill: to second reading, 1984-11 - 1985-02
European Commission speeches, 2003-05 - 2003-11
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1908, general, 1971-08
Subjects include encounters with suffragettes in Dundee [Scotland], May-June 1908.
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1909-11, 1911-10 - 1970-08
Subjects include: the christening of Diana Churchill [later Diana Bailey and Diana Sandys]; King Edward VII's view of Churchill; encounters with suffragettes, including Hugh Franklyn's attempted attack on Churchill with a dog whip; rail and miners' strikes, 1911. Also includes two letters from Reginald McKenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, on Clementine Churchill launching the battleship HMS Centurion.
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1912-13, general, 1912-04 - 1968-01
Subjects include Home Rule and a visit to Belfast [Northern Ireland], and women's suffrage, including a copy of Sir Almroth Wright's letter to the Times against suffrage and an original press cutting of Clementine Churchill's response, "Ought not women to be abolished?". Also includes a letter from Clementine's sister Nellie Hozier [later Nellie Romilly].
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1912, general, 1970-08
Subjects include: a voyage on the Admiralty yacht the Enchantress in the Mediterranean; women's suffrage, including Sir Almroth Wright's letter to the Times against suffrage and Clementine Churchill's response, "Ought not women to be abolished?".
Family Correspondence, 1903 - 2003
Family policy, 1990-07
Notes on the need to focus on women and the family, and correspondence on splits in the Shadow Cabinet over the issue between Joan Lestor [children’s affairs spokesperson], Jo Richardson [women’s rights spokesperson], Michael Meacher [social security spokesman], Harriet Harman [health spokesperson] and Hilary Armstrong [education spokesperson].
Female MPs on #Vote100 - 'Women speaking up for Women', 2018-02-06
'Femina Vie Heureuse Prize', English Committee: Minutes and Papers
General suffrage material, 1911 - 1914
Various flyers, leaflets, membership cards, press cuttings etc, including: service cards of the Votes for Women Fellowship; annual report of the Actresses' Franchise League; programme for the women's march from Edinburgh [Scotland] to London, Nov 1912; issue of the Humanitarian.
Harriet Harman MP #IWD2018, 2018-03-06
Harriet Harman Q and As for #IWD2018 after her speech, 2018-03-06
Health: cancer screening, 1987-02 - 1987-09
Briefing papers and cuttings on breast cancer screening.