Found in 316 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence with the general public on JEP's vote against the Shops Bill [Sunday Trading Bill], with papers including House of Commons Research Note on the Shops Acts.
The papers cover all Wolff's positions in the Conservative Party: his work in the Research Department, 1965-70; then as Special Adviser to the Government, 1970-74 (the files from this period are the most numerous, containing Government papers); then Director-General of the Party. Particular sequences in the papers include the reports of the Opinion Research Centre, a large number of subject files and files relating to the 1970 General Election, particularly speeches.
The 1945 Labour Government: the Welfare State and Conservative Revival: JEP and John P Mackintoch, 1980
Actually relates to nationalisations carried out by the Labour Government, 1946-51.
The bulk of this collection is Stead's letters from his many correspondents including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, William Gladstone, and Christabel Pankhurst. There are also papers relating to his time in prison, and to his many publications. Material related to interviews with Royal and political figures and notes for work are also included.
Press cuttings of reviews of the pamphlet The Social Services: Needs and Means, by JEP and Iain Macleod.
Letter from WSC to Ernest Brown [Leader of the Liberal National Group] reciting additional sentence, regarding proposals for social security and full employment, which is to be inserted in the text of his letter of today [carbon].
Letter from WSC to Sir Archibald Sinclair [later Lord Thurso, Secretary of State for Air] reciting additional sentence, regarding proposals for social security and full employment, which is to be inserted in the text of his letter of today [carbon].
Draft of an introduction to a book on the employment exchange system. Sent with CHAR 2/204/5.