Found in 310 Collections and/or Records:
Notes and prints of articles by LSA on subjects including: the economic theories of John Taylor Peddie; Imperial policy, particularly the maintenance of sea power; the Budget of 1931-2; Family Allowances.
Also includes: letters from John Taylor Peddie, Economic and Currency Committee, on his book "The dual system of economic stabilisation" and the Macmillan Report on banking practice (2).
Cartoons of WSC on Tariff Reform, Budget, Navy debate, Unemployment insurance, Female Suffrage, Labour Exchanges, electoral reform (WSC appearing in Parliament in pyjamas); photos of CSC.
Correspondence, mainly with the general public, on reforms in the law on homosexuality and divorce, with correspondents including: Sir Simon Mahon; Jill Knight; Kenneth Lewis; Richard Wood [later Lord Holderness]; Teddy [Edward] Taylor.
Texts and cuttings of articles and speeches by LSA on family allowance reform.
Also includes: studies by [Colin] Fraser Brockington, Medical Officer of Health, on the diet of rural and urban families; notes by Horlicks Limited on LSA's family allowance campaign; papers given by Sir Kenneth Lee, Laurence Cadbury and George Gibson at the National Nutrition Conference.
Legislation: Redundancy Payments Great Britain-Northern Ireland (Private Members Bill), 1985-11 - 1986-09
Annotated proofs and press cuttings of the following articles by WSC: "When the Crash Came to the United States" on the Wall Street Crash; "The Dominions are Partners of Empire" on the strengths of the British Empire; "Chief Factors in our Social Revolution" on the development of social legislation.
Papers against the bill (and later against the act) introduced by David Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, including: memoranda on 'Dishonest Finance' and the effect of the bill on different types of Friendly Society; programme of the Amend the Act League, including a speech by LSA pointing out defects in the act, with summary; text of speech by LSA against the bill.
Briefings for, notes and papers of meetings with the Trades Union Congress contact group on the Social Chapter, including copies of correspondence between John Major, Prime Minister, and Norman Willis, General Secretary of the TUC, on the Government’s opt out of the Chapter, and a note from John Eatwell [economic adviser to NK] on the TUC’s Budget submission. Also includes letters from the Federation of Poles in Great Britain and the Polish Solidarity Campaign on visa requirements.
Letter from Michael Howard [Secretary of State for Employment] listing errors in NK’s Parliamentary statement on the Social Chapter, and copy of NK’s speech in the debate on the ratification of the treaty.
Subjects include WSC at the Board of Trade and Home Office, Labour Exchanges and the Transvaal constitution.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.