Found in 316 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from [?WSC] to the secretary of the National Health Insurance Commission asking for information to deal with a point raised by [?James Ramsay] Macdonald.
Letter from [?Edward Marsh] to E H Kenney conveying WSC's belief that the points made by Kenney about the Insurance Act are small in comparison with the problems with which the act is intended to deal. Asserts that sacrifices are necessary if Britain is to compete with Germany. Typescript copy.
Cutting from the "Daily Chronicle" supporting WSC's defence of the Insurance Act but rejecting his proposal for regional parliaments in England as unhelpful with regard to the problem of Irish Home Rule.
Letter from James Caird (Dundee, [Angus, Scotland]) to WSC expressing satisfaction about the state of the accounts of the sums he has donated towards the work of the Home Rule Council and the promotion of Free Trade and referring to: the plan to establish a club for sailors at Rosyth (Fife, Scotland); the engagement of his employees through the labour exchange and the problem of stamping the health insurance and unemployment tickets.
Letter from WSC (Salisbury Hall, St Albans, [Hertfordshire]) to [F G Stokes] pointing out that Free Trade has not prevented the growth of the British Empire or made the people less war-like, although at home the contentment produced by cheap food has weakened the impulse towards social reform. Copy in the hand of WSC.
Cutting on speech by WSC at Annual Dinner of Southsea Conservative Association [Hampshire], subjects covered include service and old age pensions, social reform and the Empire Speech part pub. in Complete Speeches V.1 p.30.
Cutting from Oldham Daily Standard, account of Conservative Election meeting at Theatre Royal, Oldham, including speech by WSC, praising the late member Robert Ascroft, also on pensions and the need for a Church Discipline Bill.
Report of the fortieth meeting of the Government Committee on the Prevention and Relief of Distress. Two typescript copies.
Report of the thirty-ninth meeting of the Government Committee on the Prevention and Relief of Distress.
"Ex-service men and women. By W.S. Practical information and authoritative facts relating to the interests of all men and women who served in the Great War." Pro-government pamphlet covering pensions, training and resettlement.
Copy of the draft Homosexual Offences (Northern Ireland) Order (1978) with supporting papers and correspondence, including extracts from Hansard on various sexual offences bills, letters between Andrew Weir, Clerk of Assembly and General Secretary to the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, and James Molyneaux [Leader, Ulster Unionist Party, House of Commons], and a statement by the Presbyterian Church on the proposed order.